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Sarah Kennedy

Professor of English

Mary Baldwin College

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Mary Baldwin College

109 E Frederick St

Staunton, Virginia,24401

United States

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Knox Robinson


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Flow Blue - Elixir Press

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By Sarah Kennedy
Flow Blue, by Sarah Kennedy ISBN: 0-9709342-5-4 $13 Sarah Kennedy published her first book of poems, From the Midland Plain, in a limited edition in 1999. She holds a Ph.D. in Renaissance Poetry from Purdue and an MFA in poetry from Vermont College. Winner of The Nebraska Review and Flyaway awards in poetry, she lives in Lexington, Virginia, and teaches at Mary Baldwin College. What impresses me the most about Sarah Kennedy's Flow Blue is how her poems move us through time as their speaker struggles to unstrangulate her voice.


Rapture - Elixir Press

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Rapture, by Sarah Kennedy
Sarah Kennedy is the author of three books of poems, From the Midland Plain, Flow Blue, and Double Exposure, and co-editor of Common Wealth. Recent winner of the Florida prize in poetry, she is also the book review editor for Shenandoah. She lives in Rockridge County, Virginia, and teaches at Mary Baldwin College.


Sarah Kennedy - Knox Robinson Publishing

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Home / Team Member / Sarah Kennedy
Sarah Kennedy Sarah Kennedy Sarah Kennedy is a professor of English at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia and the author of seven books of poems. She holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature and an MFA in Creative Writing. Sarah has received grants from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the Virginia Commission for the Arts and is currently a contributing editor for Shenandoah. Sarah will publish a series of novels with Knox Robinson centering around the sixteenth century closure of the monasteries and convents of England by King Henry VIII.


knoxrobinsonpublishing.com

By Sarah Kennedy
Sarah Kennedy is a professor of English at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia and the author of seven books of poems. She holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature and an MFA in Creative Writing. Sarah has received grants from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the Virginia Commission for the Arts and is currently a contributing editor for Shenandoah.


Massanutten Regional Library - Massanutten Regional Library

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Author Sarah Kennedy was a crowd pleaser last year as guest speaker at Massanutten Regional Main Library, and she returns to the downtown branch Monday, January 26, 1 pm, to discuss her latest historical fictional novel, City of Ladies, the second publication in The Cross and The Crown Series.
Whatever happened to the Catholic nuns when King George VIII broke from the Pope and created the Church of England? Kennedy has created scenarios of what could have happened in this historical period and has created her scenarios in the two books of The Cross and Crown series. The first book, The Altarpiece, was published in 2013. Both books are not only historical fiction but also mysteries. Kennedy will transport the library audience back to the Renaissance period of Tudor England. The main character, Catherine, a former nun, finds herself in a new life after British monarch Henry VIII turns the convent into private land. She tries to shelter other nuns and have them serve the community, but the women begin to disappear, one by one, and Catherine has to figure out what happened and who is responsible. Well renowned Southern writer Lee Smith praises City of Ladies as "...filled with drama, suspense, vivid scenes, and larger-than-life characters. City of Ladies fast becomes impossible to put down..." Kennedy, an English professor at Mary Baldwin College, is also the author of seven books of poems. She holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature and an MFA in Creative Writing.


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