National Poetry Month

Let the Poet Speak! – Sandra Anfang

Little Black Dress
Love’s Geography
New World – 1918

Sandra Anfang

Poet, poetry teacher, host of Rivertown Poets in Petaluma, CA

Website: sandeanfangart.com

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJGhlRyK54dc7M_fn7fs_CA

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RivertownPoetsAMuseingMondays

Books:

Xylem Highway, (Main Street Rag 2019)  

(https://mainstreetragbookstore.com/product-tag/sandra-anfang/)

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Road Worrier: Poems of the Inner and Outer Landscape (Finishing Line Press, 2018) –https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/road-worrier-poems-of-the-inner-and-outer-landscape-by-sandra-anfang/

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Looking Glass Heart (Finishing Line Press, 2016) https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/looking-glass-heart-by-sandra-anfang/

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“New World, 1918” appears in the Healdsburg Literary Guild Anthology and my book, Xylem Highway, (Finishing Line Press, 2019).

“Love’s Geography” appeared in Kind of a Hurricane Press.

“Little Black Dress” appears in the current issue of The MacGuffin, Fall/Winter, 2021.

Sandra Anfang is a Northern California poet, teacher, editor, and artist. Her poems have been published in Rattle, The New Verse News, The MacGuffin, Spillway, and numerous other online and print journals. Her poetry collections include Looking Glass Heart (Finishing Line Press, 2016), Road Worrier: Poems of the Inner and Outer Landscape (Finishing Line Press, 2018), and Xylem Highway (Main Street Rag, 2019). She has been nominated for a Best Short Fictions award, Best of the Net, and a Pushcart Prize. In 2021, she earned third place in the Prose Poem division of the Soul-Making Keats contest and second place in the San Francisco International Haiku contest. She is founder and host of the monthly series, Rivertown Poets (established in 2013), and a poetry teacher in the public schools. Her poetry and visual art can be seen at sandeanfangart.com.

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