writer, community organizer, educator
Sarah M. Duncan is a cis white queer dis/abled femme who spends her time as a writer, performer, grassroots organizer, teacher, Buffy fan, and academic. She recently graduated with an MFA from the University of Wyoming, where she studied poetry with an emphasis on critical race theory and queer studies. Currently, she lives in Jamaica Plain, Boston, where she is continuing her education at UMass Boston in American Studies. Her poetry has been published by The Racial Imaginary Institute, Souvenir Lit Journal, Heavy Feather Review, and the anthology States of the Union, among others. She has performed her poetry through New York City at spaces like La MaMa Experimental Theater and Dixon Place. Her plays “Come Back Up” and “Bees and Lions” have been produced by Sanguine Theatre Company NYC. Week/End was a semi-finalist for the 2018 Charlotte Mew Chapbook Prize and a finalist for the 2018 Yemassee Journal Chapbook Contest. Week/End is slated for publication by Headmistress Press. It will be available on amazon for purchase starting January 2nd, 2019.