Tuesday Poetry: Sara Rivera’s “baltic sea”

Eliade's Photography

Eliade’s Photography

Dialogist is a quarterly journal of poetry and art, a self-proclaimed “online platform for diversity through discourse.” They recently published a lovely poem, “baltic sea,” by Sara Rivera. As published by the site, Rivera is:

An interdisciplinary artist and writer from Albuquerque, New Mexico, now based in Boston. She holds a BFA in Art Studio and a BA in English from the University of New Mexico, an MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) from Boston University, and was awarded a 2013 Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship in Poetry for travel in Ireland. Her artistic and literary practice includes visual art, music, performance, genre fiction, poetry, and Spanish/English translation. Her work has been published in the Loft Anthology’s “Lay Bare the Canvas: New England Poets on Art.”

Click here to read the poem and listen to a recording of it. It is well worth checking out.

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