Sandy Green

Fairfax, VA

Author's Bio

When I danced, I choreographed in stillness. I’d sit on the floor, stare at the long, straight slats of wood, and imagine the placement and motion of tiny dancers. Now I write while standing, walking, hurrying to the next appointment.

Publications and Prizes

Journals:, Bitter Oleander, Blind Oracle Press, Blue Jew Yorker, Flashquake, Flutter, Grey Sparrow Journal, Hanging Moss Journal, The Houston Literary Review, Ibbetson Street, Inkapture, Jerseyworks, joyful!, Live Oak Review, Moon Drenched Fables, Pear Noir!, Poesia, Red River Review, Sotto Voce Magazine, Stone's Throw, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature,, The Monongahela Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, U.S.1 Worksheets, Victoria Violet Press, Writers' Bloc
(Flutter Press, 2009)
Prizes Won: 
2009 Franklin-Christoph Poetry Merit Winner, Whidbey Student Choice Winner for June 2010

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Adults, Children
From a review from by Sima Rabinowitz in NewPages: Finely etched is how I would define the work in this issue of The Bitter Oleander... Or these from “Missed Goodbye,” a poem by Sandy Green: “She hurries to the lake / beneath arching, naked trees – whale ribs – // bent over snowy paths.”
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Last updated: Dec 22, 2017