Sarah Barr writes poetry and fiction, and her writing is published in a wide range of anthologies, magazines and newspaper. She lives in Dorset with her husband and loves walking along the coast. Her short poetry collection, ‘January’, was published by Maytree Press in 2020. Among the prizes won by her poems are first in the Frogmore Poetry Prize 2015 and the National Memory Day poetry competition 2018, and placed in the Bridport Prize 2010 and 2016. Sarah often writes about relationships and has particular interest in psychological, social and environmental issues. Her poem, ‘Swans on the Vltava River’, appeared in MIR the Climate Issue 2019.
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