Poem by Kate Sontag published

“Quarantine,” a poem by Kate Sontag, retired visiting assistant professor of English, was published March 16, 2022, by Tupelo Quarterly.

Her poem can be read here.

“Clearing,” a short piece of prose written by Sontag, also was published by Tupelo Quarterly on its website March 14 and can be found here.

Sontag is co-editor of After Confession: Poetry As Autobiography (Graywolf). Her work appears in recent or forthcoming editions of Comstock Review (2nd Prize 2019 Muriel Craft Bailey Contest), Crab Orchard Review, One, Raintown Review, Verse Virtual and The Strategic Poet (Terrapin Books).

She teaches poetry for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in the Berkshires.


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