Visual poems about language and academia by Sarah Cook.
Sarah Cook loves early Nora Ephron, rocks, and letting dill flower. She lives on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, where she offers one-on-one creative writing mentorship and strengths-based editing. She writes For the Birds, a monthly Substack newsletter. Other poems and prosethings have appeared in Porkbelly Press, Porterhouse Review, and Bright Lights Film Journal, as well as Neon Door, where she serves as poetry editor. Visit sarahteresacook.com for more details.
Breaking the Ice
Books I return to again and again:
- Little Weirds by Jenny Slate
- Ongoingness: The End of a Diary by Sarah Manguso
- any short story by Clarice Lispector about an egg or a chicken.
Foods I return to again and again:
Avocado with lime & salt; rosettes (a homemade Italian cookie made with anise); leftovers with a fried egg on top.