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Join us on Tuesday, February 6 at 7 PM as Sarah Levine presents her debut collection, Each Knuckle with Sugar. She will be joined in conversation by Elizabeth Mikesch.
Sarah Levine's Each Knuckle with Sugar is a soft yet powerful deep-dive into love and grief told through multiple fascinating perspectives.
"I love this book. ...] Look, some of its tanginess may leap off the page and startle your fingers. Some of its honey may stick to your knuckles. Let it."
-Chen Chen, author of Your Emergency Contact Has Experienced an Emergency
Sarah Levine is a two-time Pushcart Prize nominee and author of two chapbooks, Take Me Home, a finalist for the New Women’s Voices Chapbook Competition (Finishing Line Press, 2020) and Her Man (New Megaphone Press, 2014). Her work has appeared and will be featured in a variety of places including: Poets and Writers, Passages North, Best New Poets anthology, and Green Mountains Review. She earned her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and MAT from Smith College. Levine is a 2023-2024 Teachers for Global Classrooms Fulbright fellow and has received support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, and Martha's Vineyard Institute for Creative Writing. She teaches 7th Grade ELA and 12th Grade AP Literature at Williston Northampton School where she currently holds the Richard C. Gregory Endowed Chair. Each Knuckle with Sugar won the Driftwood Press Open Reading Contest and is her debut collection.
Elizabeth Mikesch is the author of Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me (Calamari Archive). She wrote a minivan opera for Clarice Lispector and held a residency connected to The Bottom at Mass MoCA in 2017. You can find her work in Unsaid, Bomb, The Rupture, Black Warrior Review, Dreginald, Juked,
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