Sarah Glaz


Middletown, CT

Author's Bio

Sarah Glaz’s first poetry collection "Ode to Numbers" (Antrim House, 2017) is a finalist for both 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards and 2018 Book Excellence Awards. Sarah is Emerita Professor of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut. As a mathematician, she has published books and articles in the area of Commutative Ring Theory. She also has a lifelong interest in poetry. Her poetry, poetry translations, and articles on the connections between mathematics and poetry appeared in a variety of literary and mathematical journals, edited volumes, and anthologies. She coedited the poetry anthology "Strange Attractors: Poems of Love and Mathematics" (AK Peters/CRC Press, 2008), and was guest-editor of the "Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, Special Issue: Poetry and Mathematics" (Taylor & Francis, 2014). Sarah serves as Associate Editor for the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, and as coordinator of the poetry readings at the annual Bridges conferences and editor of the Bridges Poetry Anthologies (

Publications & Prizes

Ode to Numbers (Antrim House, 2017)
Prizes won: 

2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist, 

2018 Book Excellence Awards Finalist


More Information

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Fluent in: 
English, Hebrew, Romanian
Born in: 
Bucharest, Romania
Raised in: 
many cities, many countries
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Last update: Jun 29, 2018