In Drawing Dracula Daily, artist Sara Barkat has given us almost 200 original graphics in an inspiring visual journal of the timeless vampire classic by Bram Stoker.
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Our illustrator Sara Barkat has been featured by Substack. Come celebrate the honor with her, and maybe pen a poem to go along.
The 93 poems of Earth Song, collected by Sara Barkat, focus on the earth as an immediate, real place—avoiding abstract, theoretical poetry.
Beekeeper and poet Sara Eddy gives us a rich inside view to life with bees and poetry. She shows us where poetry lives.
Five additional poems resulted from the Tweetspeak Poetry retreat, with “Flame and Shadow” by Sara Teasdale providing the prompts.
In August, Tweetspeak Poetry hosted a retreat and undertook the first Tweetspeak Twitter Poetry Party without Twitter. Sara Teasdale provided the prompts.
“Drawing Dracula Daily” by Sara Barkat is a collection of almost 200 illustrations of scenes from the Bram Stoker gothic novel.
A new edition of “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde, illustrated by Sara Barkat, shows how the story still applies to our own time.
A beautiful new illustrated version of the classic Oscar Wilde story, The Picture of Dorian Gray. From the illustrator of The Yellow Wall-Paper: A Graphic Novel—Sara Barkat!
Rebecca D. Martin announces a new book club discussion of the symphonic nature poem collection edited by Sara Barkat, Earth Song.
The Shivering Ground & Other Stories, by Sara Barkat, has been named a National Indie Excellence Awards finalist.
Quantum physics, fairy tales, climate change thrillers, & original tales from her own imagination: it’s Sara Barkat’s ‘The Shivering Ground’!
A new children’s book ‘The Midnight Ball,’ by Sara Barkat, combines a delightful story and illustrations with poetic device and telling time. Can you find the double meanings?
Illustrator Sara Barkat interviews the creative forces behind a new film version of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wall-Paper.
Megan Willome reviews Sara Barkat’s new graphic novel adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wall-Paper” and explores the power of *writing,* to keep the soul steady.
The Yellow Wall-Paper was written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. More than a century later, it has been interpreted by artist Sara Barkat.
Sara Barkat writes about the power of handwriting, where paper and ink let a single word grow to fill a line, or fold itself up small.
In today’s A Way With Words, Sara Barkat teaches (and amuses) us with the difference between the homophones faze and phase.
In today’s A Way With Words, Sara Barkat amuses us with the difference between the homophones canon and cannon.
Stuck on a word? There is hope for your writing project with the perfect dictionary to fit your precise need. Sara Barkat has 5 word tools for poets.