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Songs of Selah with Scott Thomas Outlar

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Songs of Selah
December 14, 2019

Anum Sattar is a recent graduate from College of Wooster in Ohio, USA. Her poems have been published in the American Journal of Poetry (Margie), Blazevox, Poesis, Harbinger Asylum, Visitant, Social Alternatives Journal, Foxtrot Uniform, Voice of Eve, Notre Dame Review, GUSTS, Porter Gulch Review, Midway Journal, Willard & Maple, Meniscus Journal by Australian Association of Writing Programs, Indianapolis Review, Lullwater Review, Rat’s Ass Review, North Dakota Quarterly, IDK Magazine, Door is a Jar, Ribbons, South Florida Poetry Journal, Typehouse Literary Magazine, Charles Cater: a working anthology, 50 Haikus, Stuck in the Library, Broadkill Review, Poetry Life and Times, Triggerfish Critical Review, Packingtown Review, Blithe Spirit, Mythic Circle, HOBART, SurVision Magazine, Literary Juice, Coal City Review, Crack the Spine, Lowestoft Chronicle, Taj Mahal Review, FIVE 2 ONE: An Art and Literary Journal, Linnet's Wings, Ragazine, Better than Starbucks, Florida Review, Snow Jewel Journal by Grey Sparrow Press, Oddball Magazine, Artifact Nouveau, Off the Coast, Strange POEtry, Between These Shores Literary & Arts Annual, Conceit Magazine, A New Ulster, Cannon's Mouth, Journal of Contemporary Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry, Wilderness House Literary Review, Poydras Review, Cadaverine, Verbalart: A Global Journal Devoted to Poets & Poetry, Wayne Literary Journal, Ibis Head Review, Avocet: A Journal of Nature Poems, Poets Bridge, Deltona Howl and Tipton Poetry Journal.

 

She won the first Grace Prize and third Vonna Hicks poetry awards at the college. She read out her work at Brooklyn Poets, Spoonbill and Sugartown Bookstore, Forest Hills Library in New York City, Cuyahoga Valley Art Center at Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Bridgewater College in Shenandoah Valley, VA, Cabrillo College in Aptos, CA and was recently interviewed at Radio Free Brooklyn.

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