© 2017 by Sarah Ehrich
 

BIO

Sarah Ehrich is a poet and writing instructor living in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Currently, she teaches academic writing at Boston College, and has taught writing and literature courses elsewhere in Boston, including Berklee College of Music and Emerson College. She is Assistant to the Director at the Blacksmith House Poetry Series

 

PUBLICATIONS

POETRY

 

"All maps are moving." Nimrod International Journal of Prose and Poetry. Spring/Summer 2019. 

"Can't see around a bend","If a child". Poetry Northwest. Summer & Fall 2018.

"To muse comes from a word meaning 'to stand with open mouth.'" Poetry Northwest. May 16, 2018. 

"It was a stone." JuxtaProse. Volume 13, Fall 2017.

"I Didn't Need My World." Missouri Review Poem of the Week. June 19, 2017.

"Returning to Kelly Stand, After Hurricane Irene." Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review. Number 45, 2016.

REVIEWS

Daylily Called it a Dangerous Moment by Alessandra Lynch. Ploughshares Blog. October 13, 2017.

Hard Child by Natalie Shapero. Ploughshares Blog. July 21, 2017.

Dhaka Dust by Dilruba Ahmed. Ploughshares Blog. August, 2011.

Clean by Kate Northrop. Ploughshares Blog. October 2011.

INTERVIEWS

A Conversation with Gail Mazur. Ploughshares Magazine. Spring 2013.

POETRY

 

"All maps are moving." Nimrod International Journal of Prose and Poetry. Spring/Summer 2019. 

"Can't see around a bend","If a child". Poetry Northwest. Summer & Fall 2018.

"To muse comes from a word meaning 'to stand with open mouth.'" Poetry Northwest. May 16, 2018. 

"It was a stone." JuxtaProse. Volume 13, Fall 2017.

"I Didn't Need My World." Missouri Review Poem of the Week. June 19, 2017.

"Returning to Kelly Stand, After Hurricane Irene." Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review. Number 45, 2016.

REVIEWS

Daylily Called it a Dangerous Moment by Alessandra Lynch. Ploughshares Blog. October 13, 2017.

Hard Child by Natalie Shapero. Ploughshares Blog. July 21, 2017.

Dhaka Dust by Dilruba Ahmed. Ploughshares Blog. August, 2011.

Clean by Kate Northrop. Ploughshares Blog. October 2011.

INTERVIEWS

A Conversation with Gail Mazur. Ploughshares Magazine. Spring 2013.

 

CONTACT

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