Sarah McCann was a Writing Fellow at the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop and worked around the world before coming to St. Mark’s School, where she holds the Tyler Chair in Creative Writing. She has been published in such journals as The Bennington Review, Blue Mountain Review, Arcturus Journal, and Hanging Loose. Her poetry has also appeared in Thom Tammaro’s anthology, Visiting Frost: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Robert Frost and an Academy of American Poets anthology, New Voices. Her translations from the Modern Greek into English have been recognized by the Fulbright Foundation with a grant and published in such anthologies and journals as Austerity Measures, Words Without Borders, Poetry International, and World Literature Today. Rose Fear, a book of her translations of the Greek poet Maria Laina, is available from World Poetry Books through the University of Connecticut. Her chapbook, Peripatetica, is available from St. Mark’s School’s bookstore (stmarksbookstore.org).
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