Congratulations, Sarah! Readers who have enjoyed the blog articles by British poet, translator and psychotherapist Sarah Luczaj might like to check out her new book of poetry, An Urgent Request.
You’ll have to forgive us if we take a moment to bask in some of the excitement as the new book of poetry by our own Sarah Luczaj begins making its way into the hands of readers across the world. OK, we have to admit, she was writing and publishing poetry long before coming to CounsellingResource.com — this ‘chapbook’ follows up her 2002 bilingual collection This Line on the Map (with Cecilia Woloch and Waclaw Turek). And of course there’s her long list of appearances in poetry and literary journals such as American Poetry Review, New Statesman, Cream City Review, Cider Press Review, Lyric Review, Clarion Review, and Natural Bridge. Oh, and she’s also known for translating the work of Polish poet Halina Poswiatowska and Ukrainian writer Yuri Andrukhovych; her translations have appeared in numerous journals, including Modern Poetry in Translation and Poetry International. So yes, her established and growing reputation as a poet and translator is all her own. But still, we’ll bask anyway! (And in case you missed them the first time around, it’s easy to find all of Sarah’s contributions to this blog.)
Sarah’s new book An Urgent Request is being published by Fortunate Daughter, an imprint of the literary non-profit Tebot Bach (where the book can be purchased). The Fortunate Daughter site will be hosting a ‘virtual Q&A’ with Sarah, and you can also keep up with the publisher’s news via Facebook and Twitter.
In addition to the publications mentioned above, you can also find Sarah’s work in numerous Polish, Croatian and Serbian online and print journals and anthologies. Other sites carrying some of her work include www.thepedestalmagazine.com, www.languageandculture.net, www.othervoicespoetry.org, and www.thedrunkenboat.com.
Sarah is presently writing a PhD Buddhism and psychotherapy, and she runs her own online therapy practice.
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