Truth to Power Podcast
Check out episode 31 of Vijay R. Nathan’s Truth to Power Podcast to hear Sarah Sala read from her first collection, Devil’s Lake. As well as discuss gun violence, the Midwest, the absurdities of teaching, empathy fatigue, and more!
Interview with Laura Esther Wolfson
Check out Sarah M. Sala’s interview with Laura Esther Wolfson up at Michigan Quarterly Review!
Office Hours Writing Workshop
Check out the recent blog post about Office Hours Poetry Workshop over at Poets & Writers!
Franklin Electric Reading Series Reunion Reading
Come celebrate Franklin Electric Reading Series' two-year anniversary with a reunion featuring rapid-fire readings by some of our wonderful writers from the past years: Gbenga Adesina, Diannely Antigua, Justin Boening, James Ciano, Laura Cresté, Linda Harris Dolan, Kate Doyle, Jennifer Franklin, Paul Legault, Nathan McClain, Caroline Rayner, Sarah Sala, Andy Sanchez, Maud Streep, Kem Joy Ukwu, and Devon Walker-Figueroa.
NYE at Bessie's Brooklyn!
Come celebrate one year gone by with performances by musicians, comedians, poets and storytellers. Bessie's is opening up the floor for our friends and family to contribute/read/sing/art talk; ALL ACOUSTIC ALL NIGHT until the ball drops.
Devil's Lake is Named a Finalist for the Subito Poetry Prize 2017
Sarah Sala's debut poetry collection, Devil's Lake, was named a finalist for the 2017 contest. Congrats to the other semi-finalists and finalists!
Queens Library Open Mic Night
Check out a night of poetry at the Queens Library!
Sundress Academy for the Arts at Firefly Farms
Through the generosity of Sundress Academy for the Arts, this January 2018 Sarah will live as writer-in-residence at Fire Fly Farms, continuing work on her full-poetry manuscript, Devil's Lake. She's particularly excited to spend time working on the long-form piece, "Something Green."
New York City Poetry Festival
Come out to Governors Island on July 29th at 2:00 PM to hear featured writers: Trae Durica, Sarah Sala, and Aldrin Valdez read for Queer Arts Organics!
Writers from the first annual Office Hours Poetry Workshop give a spring reading to showcase new poetry developed over the course of six workshop sessions. The workshop welcomes all poets, especially people of color, LGBTQ+, and those who are female-identified. Our name derives from our side hustle. Many of us are freelance, adjunct instructors, who continue to thrive in the margins of academia. Come check out our cohort and see if you'd like to join!
Featuring Michael H. Broder, Paco Márquez, Sarah Sala, Liv Lansdale, and Caitlin Grace McDonnell.
Pershing Field Gardens Benefit
Come out to Bloomsbury Square to enjoy performances from Sarah Sala, Melida Rodas, and Tiphanie. All proceeds benefit the Pershing Fields Gardens.
Emotive Fruition Valentine's Special
Join us for a a live poetry event featuring the actors: LaChrisha Brown, Ramsey Faragallah, and Ashley Marie Ortiz.
Featuring the poets: Thomas March, Jason Schneiderman, Sarah Sala, Christina Quintana, Sanjana Nair, Linda Harris Dolan, Emily Hockaday, Richard Prins, Emily Blair, Ryan Dzelzkalns, Anna McDonald, Paco Marquez, Cynthia Manick, Marina Blitshteyn, and Emily Brandt
The Ghost Assembly Line Launch
Literati is pleased to welcome poets Raymond McDaniel, Christina Quintana, Sarah Sala, and Keith Taylor for the latest installment of our Poetry at Literati reading series. Join us in launching their chapbooks into the world.
Edinboro University Reading
Come hear a reading from The Ghost Assembly Line Friday September 9th at 7Pm in Reeder Hall, Lower Level Lecture Hall.
Visiting Artist at Bergen County Academies Summer Writing Program
Sarah Sala has been chosen as a visiting artist for the Bergen County Academies Summer Writing Program. This August 3rd & 4th she will guest teach poetry workshops to select high school students from all over NJ.
Emotive Fruition & Lambda Literary
A powerful night of LGBTQ poetry and performance that celebrates our love, our bodies, and our lives.
7X7 LA Collaboration
Poems by Sarah Sala. Art by Annie Seaton. Check out this surf collaboration here: http://7x7.la/indigo/
Palimpsest: Yale Graduate Literary & Arts Magazine
The Literature, Arts, & Environment Colloquium invites you to the launch for Palimpsest VII: HYBRID. The festivities will take place on Wednesday, April 20 from 7:00 to 9:00pm in WLH 309. Free copies of the magazine will be available, and refreshments will be served. In addition to interdisciplinary performances, projections by Yale MFA artists, and other such interventions, there will also be flash poetry readings by issue contributors Thomas Dooley, Peter Longofono, Sarah Sala and Margaret Schultz.
Oleander Review Release Party & Reading
The Oleander Review Release Party and Reading @ Literati Bookstore, 7:00 PM. See a review of the event HERE!
Sarah is headed to the Home School-Miami this January! Visit her GoFundMe page here.
"Hydrogen" was recently featured on NPR's hit show Radio Lab in collaboration with Emotive Fruition, 2015. Click to listen.
Lamprophonic Poetry Curator
Submit your work to the Lamprophonic Emerging Writers Series! Sarah is the new poetry curator and would love to read your poems.