Sarah Escue is a poet, visual artist, and editor. She is currently an MFA candidate at The Jack Kerouac School, and she graduated with her BA in Creative Writing from the University of South Florida. Sarah has received honors such as the Robert Creeley Scholarship, a Naropa University Graduate Writing Fellowship, and the Bettye Newman Poetry Award. She was also selected to attend the Bucknell Seminar for Undergraduate Poets and Writers in Paradise, among other conferences in the United States. Her work has been published in DIAGRAM, Gulf Stream Magazine, Dialogist, Permafrost Magazine, Lullwater Review, Atticus Review, Wildness, So To Speak, The Nottingham Review, and elsewhere. Sarah is the Assistant Editor for The Adirondack Review and a contributing editor for BEATS. Bruised Gospel, her first chapbook, is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press in January 2018.