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Ghost Logic

October 25, 2017

 

Ghost Logic showcases Sara Clancy’s distinctive poetry. These are poems that reflect an unerring vision in an unmistakable voice. As in Prayer Wheel: “an estuary where logic meets optimism” … “in sheer, cussed determination.” or in At Home with the Dead: “…our old debate that yesterday is not gone and matters.” Clancy’s language is both complex and accessible: a feast for mind and ear.
– Joan Colby, The Seven Heavenly Virtues

… this chapbook allows entry into a way of seeing and experiencing the world we are a part of in a way that few of us ever have a chance at, but once we have been touched by the mind that wrote these poems we will never be able to see the world the same way again.
– Jared Smith, from the Introduction

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Sara Clancy

Sara Clancy is a Philadelphia transplant to the Desert Southwest by way of two lovely detours through Wyoming and Washington State. She is an associate editor for Good Works Review. Her poems have appeared in Off the Coast, Crab Creek Review, Kentucky Review, Pirene’s Fountain, Antiphon, Turtle Island Quarterly, Poppy Road, The Linnet’s Wings, Verse Wisconsin, and Houseboat, where she was a featured poet. She lives in Arizona with her husband, their two dogs, a cross-eyed cat, and a 24 year old goldfish named Darryl.