I'm honored to share that Farmer-ish has nominated my essay, Winter Song, for a Pushcart Prize. Here's the first part of editor Crystal Sands' introduction to the nominations for 2022, and you can read all the wonderful nominees' work (and the rest of Crystal's kind words) here.
The latest issue of my newsletter, The Red Eft, is here. It feature's Todd Nelson's new book, the best blueberry breakfast cake recipe ever, some new publications, and a snow leopard fact from Zoe, among other delights. You can read the issue here.
In all the chaos of the last couple weeks, I forgot to share my latest poem, Chambers, published by Thimble Literary Magazine last month. Fall 2022 Vol. 5 No. 2 is here.
Cover Image: Little Gray Cloud by Howie Good
For the past year and a half, my family has been struggling with the aftermath of long COVID. Last week, I published this essay, Parenting with Long COVID Is the Nightmare No One Talks About, in Tiny Beans. It was a hard topic to explore, but I hope other families affected by Long COVID and other devastating chronic illnesses feel a little less alone when they read it.
The latest issue of my newsletter, The Red Eft, is here! It has a couple summertime recipes, some writing updates and reading recommendations, a science fact from my eldest daughter, and it also features a profile of the wonderful Jena Schwartz, queen of writing prompts and hanging with her adorable English bulldog below.
I'm teaming up with the Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area to offer a "Writing through Grief" workshop on the evening of August 3, 2022. Details below!
The latest issue of my newsletter, The Red Eft, is here! It features writer Nick Regiacorte and his new book of poems, American Massif, some writing and volunteer updates, reading recommendations, a handful of rhubarb recipes, and some goat facts from Zoe. You can read the newsletter here.
I'm so happy to have four poems published in Issue 14 of Grist: A Journal for the Literary Arts. My poems "Abridged," "Hermitage," "Hibernal," and "Refrain" just arrived along with tons of wonderful work by other poets and writers.
Sarah Kilch Gaffney lives and writes on a little piece of land in Maine.