SARAH SUZOR's full-length collection of poetry, The Principle Agent, won the 2010 Hudson Prize and was published by Black Lawrence Press in 2011. She also has a forthcoming collaboration After the Fox, which is co-authored with Travis Cebula and will be available from Black Lawrence Press in 2014. Her reviews and interviews can be found in Tarpaulin Sky and Rain Taxi, and she has recently guest blogged for the Best American Poetry series. Suzor’s poetry has been published widely, as well as anthologized, translated and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She lives in Venice, California where she is a founding editor for Highway 101 Press, a correspondent for Omnidawn’s online magazine OmniVerse, and a guest lecturer
for the Left Bank Writers Retreat in Paris.
Contemporary Literature & Non-Fiction
ISBN 978-1-9368731-4-2 $14.00
"Agile of intellect, resolute in courage, Sarah Suzor calls into question the very nature of agency even as she proceeds to catalyze new equations, new antidotes and new choices that show us, finally, a world where “West is just west, and it never runs out."