Sarah Audsley

Sarah Audsley is a Korean adoptee, living and working in New Hampshire’s White Mountains region. She has received support for her work from the Rona Jaffe Foundation and the Vermont Studio Center. Her nonfiction appears in Appalachia Journal and Alpinist; poems can be found in Four Way Review, Potluck Magazine, and The Massachusetts Review. She holds a degree in Creative Writing from the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.

Greenhousing by Sarah Audsley

    I’ll push against—                 what did you say—any                                 edge. An orchid cannot impregnate it-                 self. Stamen & pistil sound like dirty words, but they’re necessary.                 I know how                                 to push                 against the glass. I was a seed. I was a sticky mess made from two bodies                 colliding. The way […]

Crown of Yellow by Sarah Audsley

  If I stay, I might notice things—the color of buttercups, their bright faces en masse floating in green-grass-clouds, the lolling fields. Butter—browned in a pan for the sauce to dress an expensive dead fish. Yellow yolks make cake, custards, or the exact shade for stasis. Or shame. I always […]