Sarah Blackman

Sarah Blackman’s debut novel Hex was released by FC2 in the spring of 2016, and her story collection Mother Box (2013) was the winner of FC2’s 2012 Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Award. Most recently her prose has appeared in Conjunctions, Alaska Quarterly Review, Western Humanities Review, and the Collagist. Co-fiction editor at DIAGRAM and founding editor of Crashtest, an online magazine for high school age writers, Blackman is the director of creative writing at the Fine Arts Center, a public arts magnet school in Greenville, South Carolina, where she lives with the poet John Pursley III and their two daughters.

Georgia Review Archive for Sarah Blackman

Large Black Landscape

It is black. Black and rearing up; rounded points, pointy points. Black and matted together; plates and plains, lines and radiant circles. Black on black. Black on black on black. . . . read more