Sarah Escue is a poet, copywriter, multi-disciplinary artist, literary translator, and editor. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics from The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics and her BA in English and Creative Writing from the University of South Florida. Sarah has received fellowships, scholarships, and awards from The Bucknell Seminar for Undergraduate Poets, Writers in Paradise, and The Jack Kerouac School, among others. In 2016, her poem "Winter" was nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology.
Her written and visual works appear or are forthcoming in Dialogist, Lullwater Review, Bear Review, Permafrost Magazine, DIAGRAM, Gulf Stream Literary Magazine, Something on Paper, Wildness, The Elephants, Bombay Gin, The Murmur House, and Atticus Review, among others. Her first chapbook Bruised Gospel is forthcoming from The Lune: Poets on Earth Chapbook Series in 2019.
Sarah is an editor at The Adirondack Review and reader for Plath Profiles, and she’s a former editor of Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, BEATS, and Cigar City Poetry Journal. Her research and creative interests include book arts and letterpress printing, collaborative writing and art-making, service learning, ephemeral art, performance art, hybrid texts and forms, linguistics, anthropology, and eco-feminism.