Writing and Translations

Essays

“Omnitrix”
Gettysburg Review, Fall 2017

“We Are Stronger”
Oxford American, June 2016
READ IT HERE

“Our Town”
Texas Monthly, May 2016
READ IT HERE

“The Granola Lesbian Mother’s Guide to Having a Magical Day at Disney with Your Two and a Half Year Old”
Burrow Press Review, May 2016
READ IT HERE

“Advise me”
Iowa Review, Spring 2016

“Two Lines”
Sweet: A Literary Confection, Winter 2016
READ IT HERE

“A Moment’s Pause” (video essay)
TriQuarterly, Winter 2016
WATCH IT HERE

“Wolf Biter”
The Normal School, Fall 2015

“A Ballad for You”
StorySouth, Fall 2015
A Notable essay in the 2016 Best American Essays
READ IT HERE

“A Homoparental Family”
Guernica, Summer 2015
READ IT HERE

“My Murderer’s Futon”
The Pinch, Spring 2015
Winner of the 2014 Creative Nonfiction Prize
READ IT HERE

“For the Sake of a Name”
Colorado Review, Winter 2014

“A Tremendous Fish”
The Butter, November 2014
READ IT HERE

“How to Unmarry Your Wife”
The Morning News, July 2014
READ IT HERE

“The Bureaucracy of Us”
The New Inquiry, June 2014
READ IT HERE

“God Bless Bonnie and Clyde”
Fourth Genre, Spring 2012

“Mechanisms of Pareodolia”
DIAGRAM,
READ IT HERE

“The Degree of Distinctness  of the Details in a Picture”
Mason’s Road, Winter 2011
READ IT HERE

“Big Mouth”
Wag’s Revue, Summer 2009
READ IT HERE

Fiction and Poetry

“Dialogue with Translation”
RHINO, Forthcoming

“The Card Game”
Hobart, Fall 2017
READ IT HERE

“Adding One” and “Catharsis with Mildred Pierce”
AGNI, Spring 2016

“Perspective”
NanoFiction, Spring 2016

“Closure”
Juked, Fall 2015
READ IT HERE

Translation

Cordoba Skies
Ploughshares Solos, Spring 2016
Translation of novella by Federico Falco
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“Elephants”
The Kenyon Review Online, Spring  2014
Translation of story by Federico Falco
READ IT HERE

“The Adventures of Mrs. Ema”
The Massachusetts Review, Winter 2013
Translation of story by Federico Falco

4 thoughts on “Writing and Translations

  1. Alice Lowe says:

    Sarah – I loved ‘A Ballad for You’ and look forward to reading the rest of your personal essays. I will be following your blog (mine’s on WordPress too) – encouraged with your recitation of rejections, a reminder that they’re part of the process & without then we wouldn’t get the acceptances either.

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