Sarah Elisa Kelly is a poet and artist currently completing a TECHNE funded PhD at the Royal College of Art on radical empathies and glacial time. Trained at artist-led paper studios and traditional mills in both Argentina and the UK, she often works visually with paper and text and has exhibited internationally including as the Saison Poetry Library and IMT Gallery, London. Her poetry publications include the chapbooks locklines and Ways of Describing Cuts both with KFS press and anthologies Better than Language (Ganzfeld) and Dear World and Everyone In It (Bloodaxe). She was 2015 poet in resident at the university of Loughborough and a recipient of a Stationers Fund award and Francis Mathew Scholarship alongside several residency and development grants. She lives and works in London.
“Poem title”, Journal Title (Volume 55.1, Summer 2019) Link: https://linktothejournaloryourpieceifavailabletoview.co.uk
Book title (Poetry Wales Press, 2019) Link: http://preferredlinktosellyourbook.com
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