art by dee rimbaud
| Sarah Maclay received the Tampa Review Prize for Poetry for her first book, Whore, which was published by the University of Tampa Press in 2004. Her poems have appeared in periodicals such as APR, FIELD, Ploughshares, Pool, Lyric, Hotel Amerika, Solo, and ZYZZYVA, and are included in The Best American Erotic Poems: 1800 to the Present (Scribner, 2008). Her essays and reviews have been published in The Writers Chronicle and Poetry International, where she serves as book review editor. She received a Special Mention in Pushcart Prize XXXI and a fellowship from the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation, and is also the author of three limited edition chapbooks: Shadows of Light (Inevitable Press), Ice from the Belly (Far Star Fire), and Weeding the Duchess (Black Stone Press). A native of Montana, she earned degrees from Oberlin College and Vermont College, and has taught at USC and FIDM. She lives in Venice, California, where she periodically serves as a poet-in-residence at Beyond Baroque. She is currently a visiting assistant professor at Loyola Marymount University.