Where I Sit, How I Stand, by Sarah White-Print Books-Bottlecap Press

Where I Sit, How I Stand, by Sarah White

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Poetry, chapbook, 32 pages, from Bottlecap Features.

In such a vast world, where we sit shapes our perspectives and everyday outlook on life. How we stand and speak up for ourselves equally forms the person we become. Where I Sit, How I Stand addresses Sarah’s relationships with herself, society, the natural world around her, and her place in the universe. Parade through the desert into the sea, all the way up to the limitless galaxy that’s too easily forgotten.

Accompanied by sketches from Sarah, these poems will whisk you away as fast as the undertow in “The Real Danger.” This collection’s tone shifts from sarcastic to contemplative, much like Sarah’s inner thoughts. Join her and ponder your place in the universe.

Sarah White (she/her) is an emerging Asian American LGBTQ+ writer based in the Midwest. She received her BA in English and minor in biology and her MA in English at Truman State University. She loves to read and write using ecocritical, feminist, and/or queer lenses. In her free time, you can find Sarah either working out, journaling on her bedroom floor, or reading some thought-provoking book.