Author: Sara Cahill Marron

Sara Cahill Marron is a Virginia-born poet and student of the law. Her poetry has been featured in various online and print poetry journals such as Dark Matter, Chagrin River Review, Gravel, The Write Launch, Foliate Oak, The Hamilton Stone Review, Joey and the Black Boots, and others. She holds a master's degree in English from St. John's University and is working towards a juris doctorate at George Washington University Law School. In addition to writing and crafting words, Sara is a marathoner and a chess player, devoting less time to the practice than Duchamp did, but aspiring to the Mysticism of Blake in all endeavors. She is a friend of Bill W.

Reasons for the Long Tu'm
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Reasons for the Long Tu'm

Broadstone Books

Poetry. For her dazzling first book, poet Sara Cahill Marron took inspiration from two seemingly very disparate sources. The first, Marcel Duchamp's final painting, "Tu'm" (celebrating its centenary in the year this book appears), graces the book's ...

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