Sarah Sarai


Location New York City
Occupation Copyeditor, researcher, sometimes teacher
Website http://my3000lovingarms.blogspot.com

Books by Sarah Sarai
  • by Sarah Sarai
    BlazeVOX Books, 2009.
  • About Me

    I have stories in Devil's Lake, Tampa Review, Fairy Tale Review, South Dakota Review, Storyglossia, Weber Studies, Pangur Ban Party, stet, The Writing Disorder, The Houston Literary Review, Webster Review, ragazine.cc, Stone's Throw Magazine, West, Bellowing Ark, Verbsap, and others.
    My poems are in Threepenny Review, Lavender, Boston Review, Parthenon West, Pank, Pool, Eleven Eleven, Fogged Clarity, Redheaded Stepchild, EAOGH, Folly Magazine, Reconfigurations, Red Fez, Willows Wept, Fifth Wednesday, Terrain.org, Minnesota Review, Saint Katherine's Review, West Wind, and others.
    I live in New York, write fiction and poetry, work as a fact-checker and copyeditor.

    Why do you write?

    What doesn't?

    Any favorite authors? Books?

    The usual and the unusual.

    Sarah Sarai's Wall

    Michelle Elvy – Aug 27, 2010

    Hi Sarah. Thanks for the comment on Time for Rest! Lovely to meet you here; I got a chuckle out of your story this morning; will look forward to reading more!

    David Ackley – Aug 16, 2010

    Sarah, Thanks so much for taking the time with my play, your comments very much appreciated.

    Ann Bogle – Aug 16, 2010

    Sarah, glad to see you here at Fictionaut, AMB

    James Lloyd Davis – Aug 15, 2010

    Thanks, Sarah for your comments on "The man who killed Molly Bloom." I appreciate your insight.

    Bill Yarrow – Aug 15, 2010

    Thanks, Sarah, for commenting on "Augustinian Prayer Sonnet." Glad you enjoyed it.

    Welcome to Fictionaut. Great place. Great people.

    I was also in The Antigonish Review, many, many years ago.

    Looking forward to reading your poems.

    Sarah Sarai – Aug 15, 2010

    Thanks. Still figuring things out.

    Darryl Price – Aug 01, 2010

    Fantastic to have you with us.

    Meg Pokrass – Aug 01, 2010

    Hi, Sarah. Welcome!!

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