Sarina Bosco

Writer

I've always told myself stories, but didn't realize they mattered to other people until a teacher told me how she felt about one of my poems.

Since then, I've written mostly for myself; but also for college classes, where I eventually met a professor who would push me to submit a few pieces for publication.

That push happened in 2014, and I'll forever be grateful for it. I've had non-fiction, fiction, and poetry published across a wide array of journals and magazines.

I've been interviewed, had poems nominated for prizes, and even won a few awards and contests.

I continue to write mostly short-fiction while cobbling together a poetry manuscript and story collection.

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NEWS

My short story Come Back Around will be arriving with the Autumn 2021 PULP LITERATURE Issue 32.

        Inspired by my back yard, dedicated to all of the deer in New England.

I have three poems out in Sangam Literary Magazine Volume One/Issue Two. You can find them here.

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What's On My Desk

...or scattered around the house

Currently reading:

Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Reni Eddo-Lodge

The Man They Wanted Me to Be - Jared Yates Sexton

Currently doing:

A lot of freelance work! Still house-searching in this crazy market, loving on my oldest dog as he winds down his days, and studying Secular Buddhism a little more closely.

 

Where to Find Me

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