Sarah Duncan is a cis white chronically ill queer femme, organizer, writer, performer, teacher, Buffy fan, and graduate student at the University of Wyoming. She studies poetry, nonfiction, race, queerness, history, and power. Her poetry has been published by The Racial Imaginary Institute, Pelorus Press, Ghost House Review, nin poetry Journal, Souvenir Lit Journal, Us for President, Heavy Feather Review, Asinine Poetry, and in the anthology, States of the Union. Her plays, Come Back Up and Bees and Lions, were produced by Sanguine Theatre Company in NYC. Her play, Beat Parable, was produced at the Baruch Center for Performing Arts as part of a fundraiser for the Gay Men’s Health Clinic in NYC. In addition, her poetry and plays have been performed in various arts activist spaces and events, and she also curates and hosts performance poetry events. Learn more about her work at www.sarahmduncan.com. & Please check out & support the #WYoSayNo Campaign to Shut Down the Uinta County Immigration Prison at www.wyosayno.com.
With Poetic Theater Productions:
Featured Poet in Breaking Our Silence in Poetic LIcense 2014