Sarah Sousa


Author's Bio

Sarah Sousa’s poems have appeared in The Massachusetts Review, Fugue, Passages North, Barn Owl Review, and Salt Hill Journal, among others. She received the 2015 Anne Halley Prize from The Massachusetts Review and her poem ‘Learning my Name’ is affixed to a stone pillar in Edmands Park, Newton, MA as part of the poetry in the park project. She is the author of two poetry collections: Split the Crow (Parlor Press, 2015) and Church of Needles ( Red Mountain Press, 2014). She also edited The Diary of Esther Small, 1886 (Small Batch Books). She holds an MFA from Bennington College and lives in Western Massachusetts with her husband and two sons.

Publications & Prizes

Best of Kore Press Poetry 2012 (Kore Press, 2013)
Best New Poets (Meridian, 2010)
Split the Crow (Parlor Press, 2015)
Church of Needles (Red Mountain Press, 2014)
Barn Owl Review
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Cider Press Review
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Spoon River Poetry Review
The Briar Cliff Review
Weave Magazine
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New England Book Festival Award for Regional Literature
Anne Halley Poetry Prize awarded by The Massachusetts Review

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Dracut, MA
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Last update: Nov 20, 2015