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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 book is a bestselling book on Amazon! Order it now! Published by Write Bloody Publishing and illustrated by the wonderful Sophia Janowitz!

Sarah Kay’s poems “Forest Fires” and “Private Parts” are featured alongside other amazing poets in the Write Bloody Anthology, “Courage: Daring Poems for Gutsy Girls,” edited by Karen Finneyfrock, Mindy Nettifee, and Rachel McKibbens.

Sarah Kay’s poem “The Toothbrush to the Bicycle Tire” as published in The Writer Magazine.

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”)

Sarah Kay’s poem, “The Oak Tree Speaks” as published in Thrush Poetry Journal.

Sarah Kay’s poems “Hands,” “On the Discomfort of Being in the Same Room as the Boy You Like,” “Slivers,” and “Montauk” as published in The Legendary.

Sarah Kay’s Poem “Yolk” as published in Treehouse Magazine. (With corresponding Audio!)

Sarah Kay’s Poem “Private Parts” as published in The Bakery Literary Journal. (With corresponding audio!)

Sarah Kay’s Poem, “The Type” as published in “Alight,” an E-Book of the Best Loved Poems from the 2013 Women of the World Poetry Slam. (This collection includes work from Denice Frohman, Dominique Christina Ashaheed, Sasha Banks, Laura Lamb Brown-Lavoie, Amy David, Sierra DeMulder, Denice Frohman, Carrie Rudzinski, Kait Rokowski, and many more!)

Sarah Kay’s Poem, “The Type” as published on the Huffington Post (with accompanying video!)

Sarah Kay’s thoughts on”Redefining Success” as published on the Huffington Post’s Blog dedicated to “The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money and Power.”

Forest Fires” as published in the eighth issue of Union Station Magazine.

November 5, 2012. The Day Before,” as published in The New Verse News.

Sarah Kay’s poem “India Trio” is part of the collaborative poem created by Saul Williams in his book “Chorus: A Literary Mixtape.”

Poppy” as published in the eighth issue of Jewels of Elul: The Art of Aging.

B,” Sarah Kay’s first book! (As performed in her TED talk “If I Should Have a Daughter…“) Available from Amazon, published by The Domino Project, and illustrated by Sophia Janowitz!

pear.noirIndia Trio,” as published in Issue 6 of PearNoir!
(No online version of this exists, you have to order the hard copy!)

literary.bohemianPeacocks,” as published in the June 2011 issue of the Literary Bohemian.

cnn.opnionHow I Got the Courage…” as published on CNN.com in May 2011 with the accompanying video interview.

foundling.reviewNew York, June, 2009,” as published in the September 2009 issue of the Foundling Review.

damselfly.pressWitness,” as published in the ninth issue of the Damselfly Press.

decomPLightning,” as published in decomP literary journal.

college.hill.independentSweaterboy,” as published in the FlashFiction section of The College Hill Independent,
Volume XX, Issue VII.

brown.literary.reviewMorning,” as published in the Fall 2009 Brown Literary Review (page 5).