Tuesday, June 03, 2008

mix n match bathing separates

i'm writing a ghazal. it's taking a long time.

that said, i’m going to have a poem called “Canaan Ghazal” in the next Unsplendid, i hear. it actually adheres to the form. they are considering another ghazal, too, which semi-conforms.

i’ll have a poem called “Scullery” in the Dossier section of the next issue of Court Green. This is an epistle to a mop, froth, and futility in general, which abounds.

i am not going to have a poem in the next Rhino, which has rejected my submission.

i am going to have two poems – “Why Pregnant Women Don’t Tip Over” and “Reading Kolyma Tales” – in issue #3 of Bateau. I am really glad about that. I am really glad about everything.

i’m going to have a poem (“Hive,” previously published in Boxcar Poetry Review) in an anthology called “Crazed by the Sun” being put together by Lynn Strongin. i do not know how this happened. i was informed.


Anonymous said...

Wow, Sarah. Congratulations! Court Green alone is very impressive (their last issue was wonderful), but you've got quite the list to keep you happy. I have a sub out to RHINO, too, this year. Maybe with all your success, they gave me your spot... :-)

SarahJane said...

thanks, nate. i will cross my fingers for you on Rhino!

Laura said...

Congrats, Sarah! That's great news. I'm especially glad the Pregnant Women poem found a good home. Love that piece.

SarahJane said...

thanks, laura. it is always good if pregnant women have a good home.

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