April 24, 2014

Performing and teaching at Brown University in Providence, RI!
Sarah is excited to return to her alma mater for a performance celebrating the release of her new book, “No Matter the Wreckage!” The performance is free and open to the public! Plus, if you are currently a Brown or RISD student, you can also apply to be a part of Sarah’s spoken word poetry workshop Thursday afternoon from 3pm-4pm. To apply for a (limited!) spot in the workshop, students should fill in this form.

The evening event will take place in Salomon Hall on campus. Doors open at 7:30pm, student performers begin at 8pm, followed by the wonderful poet Charlotte Abotsi, and then Sarah’s performance. Afterward, she will hold a brief Q&A followed by a book signing. More info here!

May 21, 2014

Performing with Zack Rogow for Taylor Mali’s Page Meets Stage in NYC!
Sarah is excited to be sharing the stage with Zack Rogow as part of the “Page Meets Stage” series, hosted by Taylor Mali! The show is open to the public at 8 pm, at the DL LOUNGE (95 DELANCEY & LUDLOW) and is . If you order your tickets early by clicking here, you get a 25% discount! You can also call 646-543-5232 for more info.

April 14, 2014

Featuring at Loser Slam in Red Bank, NJ!
Sarah is excited to perform with her old friends at Loser Slam!
This show is Free and Open to the Public (donations are greatly appreciated!) and it will be held at “Two River Theater” in “the big room”(walk into theater, make a right, walk till you can’t walk any further, make a left and walk until you see poets) If you want to be a part of the evening’s poetry slam, know that it is a THEME slam, with more info here!

Two River Theater
21 Bridge Avenue
Redbank, NJ 07701

Doors Open at 6pm
Workshop at 6:15-6:45/7
List goes up at 6:45pm
Show starts at 7pm

April 4, 2014

Performing at the Pigeon Philadelphia Poetry Slam!
Sarah is the feature at the Philly Poetry Slam! The show is open to the public, all ages!

8:30pm
PhilaMOCA
531 N. 12th st.
Philadelphia, PA 19123
$10, students 2 for $20 with ID, $15 VIP

March 27, 2014

Performing at Huron University in London, ON Canada!
Sarah will be performing at 7pm at Kingsmill Room on the Huron University campus, with a reception at 8pm! The show is free and open to the public but you must register in order to guarantee a seat! Register by emailing hurontalk@myhuron.ca ! More info here!

March 26, 2014

Performing at Michigan State University!
Sarah will be performing at 7pm at the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities. More info here!

RCAH Theater
362 Bogue Street
Snyder-Phillips Hall, Terrace Level
East Lansing, MI

Pieces: The Writer Magazine

March 21, 2014
“The poet…reached stardom status, as much as any modern poet can hope to, when she gave a TED Talk in 2011. Project VOICE brings spoken word to young people nationally and internationally with the goal of inspiring creativity, letting students know that their opinions and ideas matter and, of course, searching for the next generation of spoken word prodigies such as Kay. Her philosophy about being a prodigy? We all have stories and thoughts and ideas worthy of being made into poetry.”

Pieces: Gauntlet

March 20, 2014
“Helping listeners discover more about themselves through spoken-word poetry is what poet Sarah Kay hopes to achieve…Kay performed poems focusing on family, love, and self-discovery, which she mixed with personal stories. Kay expressed a desire to help the students realize that their feelings and ideas should not go unheard.”

Read: No Matter the Wreckage

Sarah Kay releases her debut collection of poetry featuring work from the first decade of her career.
No Matter the Wreckage” presents readers with new and beloved work that showcases Kay’s knack for celebrating family, love, travel, history, and unlikely love affairs between inanimate objects (“Toothbrush to the Bicycle Tire”), among other curious topics. The official release date is March 18, 2014 but you can pre-order it now! Published by Write Bloody Publishing and illustrated by the wonderful Sophia Janowitz!

Read: CURA

Sarah Kay’s poem “Shosholoza” as published in CURA magazine. (With audio recording featuring singing by Andy Suzuki and drumming by Tebukozza Babumba of “Andy Suzuki & the Method”)