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Margaret R. Sáraco - Encore Book Interview and Poetry Reading

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Original Airdate: Tuesday, February 6 8:00 PM

Margaret R. Sáraco is a storyteller writing at the intersection of poetry, fiction, and memoir. Her writing appears in anthologies and literary journals including Paterson Literary Review, Exit 13, The Path Literary Magazine, Book of Matches, Greening the Earth (Penguin Books), Lips, and
Kerning: A Space for Words. She is a poetry editor for the Platform Review, has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and twice recognized in the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Contest. Margaret has recorded video poems for Poetry of Protest and Struggle, Writing the Land, and Poets Wear Prada, performs spoken word and leads writing workshops. Margaret also taught middle school students in math and writing for 27 years and recently retired in June 2022. She published her debut poetry collection If There Is No Wind in September 2022, and Even the Dog Was Quiet, thirteen months later in October 2023, both with Human Error Publishing. She lives in Montclair, NJ with her husband Alex, who did the illustrations for her latest book.

Amazon.com: Even the Dog Was Quiet: 9781948521185: Sáraco, Margaret R.: Books