Sarah Pemberton Strong

c/o Cameron McClureThe Donald Maass Literary Agency121 W. 27th St. Suite 801New York, NY 10001
Website: 
sarahpembertonstrong.com

Author's Bio

Sarah Pemberton Strong is the author of the poetry collection Tour of the Breath Gallery (Texas Tech University Press), which won the Walt McDonald First-Book Award. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including Mississippi Review, Poetry Daily, Rattle, The Southern Review, Southwest Review, and The Sun. She is the recipient of a Promise Award from the Sustainable Arts Foundation and a Stover Award from Southwest Review. Sarah is also the author of two novels, Burning the Sea and The Fainting Room. She lives in Hamden, Connecticut, where she is a poetry editor for New Haven Review. www.sarahpembertonstrong.com

Publications and Prizes

Book

Burning the Sea
(Alyson Books,
2002)
Tour of the Breath Gallery
(Texas Tech University Press,
2013)
The Fainting Room
(Ig Publishing,
2013)

Journal

The Southern Review
Rattle
Southwest Review
The Sun
Poetry Daily
Prizes: 
Elizabeth Matchett Stover Award, Southwest Review; Promise Award, Sustainable Arts Foundation

More Information

Listed as:
Fiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings? 
Yes
Travels for readings? 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Adults
Fluent in: 
English

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Listing last updated: May 8, 2014.

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