Sarah Webb's poetry collections, Red Riding Hood’s Sister (Virtual Artists Collective, 2018) and Black (Virtual Artists Collective, 2013) can be purchased for $15 each from


or buy a signed copy at a reading.

Error leads to error in Red Riding Hood’s Sister, as a girl in love finds her marriage has turned violent. The poems in this collection mix fairy tale and dream with the everyday to tell the story of a girl not so different from anyone else who finds herself in a desperate situation. Sarah Webb's 2018 memoir, Red Riding Hood’s Sister looks into abusive marriage. What traps us? What can set us free?
The poems in Black come in large or small ways from the peoples of all the major religions and shamanism. Poems call on the traditions of every continent as well as from ancients living before times in memory. I made up modern myths too and told stories from science and everyday life.

My aim in all of it was to find the root beneath the hints and stories. What is it that we all share, that we sense beneath the surface?


Calendar

I am creating a Reading Schedule for Red Riding Hood's Sister.  Here's the calendar so far.

2018

March 11   4 PM    Launch  Bookwoman, Austin, TX

April 4       7 PM    Reading and Open Mic  Gina Zhidov's Photography Studio 327 N. 6th St.,                                                
                               Chickasha, OK

April 6      2 PM    Reading   Scissortail Writing Festival  East Central University, Ada, OK

Oct 28        2 PM.  IAO Featured Reader, Full Circle Bookstore, Oklahoma City, OK


2019

Dec 9         2 PM  The Depot, Norman, OK

Feb            TBA   Women and Gender Panel.  People's Poetry Festival, Corpus Christi, TX        
 https://youtu.be/QQ_7m46X_pw

Click to see  a video of "Turning to the Ordinary" and "A Basin of Water" from PILGRIMAGE, where they were published before coming out in RED RIDING HOOD'S SISTER.


Cover, adapted from a drawing from years back


The drawing on the cover is one I did a few years back, adapted first by my tinkering on the computer and then by Reginna Schroeder to make a cover of it.  Reginna did a fabulous job on layout and typography--beautiful books.

Reading from poems in Pilgrimage at New World Deli, Austin. January, 2018


Photography by Gordon Magill at New World Deli.  Linda Marie Cossey and Gordon host the New World Deli reading for the Austin Poetry Society.

Blows--a reading in Chickasha