Sarah Webb's Poetry

My poetry collection, Black, from Virtual Artists Collective was published in 2013.  It can be ordered through this website (best for me—Paypal) or at independent bookstores (the vacpoetry.org site can direct you to these), Powell's, or Amazon.

It is in stock in Austin, TX at BookWoman and Malvern Books. In Oklahoma City it is carried by Full Circle Bookstore.

The best for me is if you will order from this website or buy at a reading.

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?


Monday, July 28, 2014

Readings 2014-2017

Readings (late 2014-17)

2014
September 12-13 Reading and Workshop, Chickasha, OK (Chickasha Arts Council)

September 21 Malvern Book Store, Austin, TX (with Carol Hamilton)

October 3-4  Mini-Workshop, Georgetown Poetry Festival, Georgetown, TX

October 26  Full Circle Bookstore, Oklahoma City

November 20, Benedict Street, Shawnee, OK

2015-early 2017
featured reader : Bookwoman (Austin), Half Price Books (Austin), Ghost Poetry at Angst Gallery (Vancouver, WA), Reading and Talk (University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha, OK), Scissortail Poetry Festival (East Central University, Ada, OK), Austin International Poetry Festival,
New World Deli (Austin), Awesmic City Expo (Austin), Dena Madole art event (with Carol Hamilton and Dena Madole, Oklahoma City), The Depot (Norman, OK), The Paramount (Oklahoma City)

group readings: Ramblin' with Woody Poets (Okemah, Tulsa), Waco Poetryfest (Waco, TX), Georgetown Poetry Festival (Enigmatist poets), The Twig (San Antonio, Texas Poetry Calendar poets), Half-Price Books Store (Dallas, Texas Poetry Calendar poets), Malvern (Texas Poetry Calendar poets),

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