Sarah Freligh | The Sun Magazine

Sarah Freligh

Sarah Freligh is the author of Sort of Gone, a book of poems that follow the rise and fall of a fictional baseball pitcher named Al Stepansky, and her work has been featured on Garrison Keillor’s radio show The Writer’s Almanac. She lives in Rochester, New York, with two cats the size of small dogs.

— From August 2012

Selected Poems

from “Wondrous” | I’m driving home from school when the radio talk / turns to E.B. White, his birthday, and I exit / the here and now of the freeway at rush hour

August 2012
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