Sarah Dowling

Sarah Dowling is the author of two books of poetry, DOWN (Coach House, 2014) and Security Posture (Snare, 2009), as well as a chapbook, Birds & Bees (TrollThread, 2012). Her literary criticism has appeared in American Quarterly, Signs, GLQ and elsewhere. She is international editor at Jacket2 and teaches at the University of Washington Bothell.

A Complex Contrarian of Occasions: Garry Thomas Morse’s Prairie Harbour

How do you write about a place that’s not known for much – or that is known for being ‘not much’?

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