Sarah Clark: She May Be a Saint utilizes Sylvia Plath’s work as source material, and All the Twists of the Tongue is a collection of found...
18.032019September 10, 2019
Where Is She? Two Contemporary Poets on Erasure, Gendered Violence, & Poetry
By Sarah ClarkIn FeaturedTags Black Dahlia, body, C.D. Wright, Cat Conway, Cathleen Allyn Conway, chronic illness, confessional poetry, disability, domestic abuse, Elizabeth Short, erasure, Feminism, found poetry, gender-based violence, Gilbert and Gubar, Interview, Jacqueline Rose, James Ellroy, Janet Malcolm, Killing Eve, mental health, Minal Hajratwala, murder, neurodivergence, Performance, persona, protest poetry, rape, Rebecca Tamis, Sarah Clark, Sarah Nichols, Sarah Shin, silencing, SJ Fowler, Smith, Sylvia Plath, trauma