Sarah Herrin (she/her) is a bisexual poet who writes about the transcendent beauty of nature and the delicious contradictions of love. Raised in the Deep South, she followed the yellow brick road to the Pacific Northwest. She earned a BFA at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she studied Sequential Art and Creative Writing in Southern France. She is a gemologist, runner, cat-mom, and Bowie-lover.

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I Can Make A Love Poem Out Of Anyone
Digital Zine
(Self-Published)
May 2020
The Oceanography
Of Her

Chapbook
(Papeachu Press)
Oct 2019
One Thousand Questions (And No Good Answers)
Full-length Collection
(Self-Published)
Oct 2018