Author: saraw

Sara Wintz is a graduate of Mills, a small women's college in Oakland, California founded in 1852 to educate the daughters of California's first gold rush, and earned her MFA in writing from the interdisciplinary Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. Her writing appears in print and online, in publications like Art Papers, 6x6, The Creative Independent, and Chicago Review and is forthcoming at JSTOR Daily. Since 2013, she has been a staff writer for the Poetry Foundation's official blog, Harriet. Ugly Duckling Presse published her first book, a personal history told by way of year-by-year Wikipedia searches through the twentieth century, in 2012.

Authored by Sara Wintz

A Western

Sara Wintz

Now you’re here too in the apocalypse your ancestors made. –Natalie Diaz It’s not fucked up to want to feel safe. We were drawn together by that desire. In Providence, in Oakland, in Charlottesville. Circumstances make it feel so impossible, … Continue reading “A Western”

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