Two new poems are published in Mezzo Cammin: "The Visit," and "Dry Spell"
My new poem "Old Age" published in The Orchards Poetry Journal.
Poems "The Deer," and "Two Does in Snow" published in Mezzo Cammin.
My second collection, Night Snow,
My second collection, Night Snow, has been accepted by Kelsay Books, and is due out late fall.
My poem, "Peony" was accepted by The Fourth River (Tributaries).
March: happily, two new poems, “Robin," and “Night Snow," have just been accepted by The Orchards.
Also, a new poem, “Study in White and Yellow," has just been accepted by the National Issue of The Red Wheelbarrow Literary Magazine, due out in the fall.
Happy to have three poems this winter in Mezzo Cammin: An Online Journal of Formalist Poetry by Women:
And a new poem, delightedly, in
Grey Sparrow Journal:
Two poems from Vireo (“Birdwatching," and “Vireo") were selected for publication in the new, beautiful poetry journal The Orchards: https://orchardspoetry.com/
I am honored that Professor Hollis Seamon chose to talk about my poems “Florist During Loss," and “Prayer During Rain" in her Fairfield University MFA summer, 2016, residency seminar: Reading/Writing Dis-ease. She discussed the poems in terms of their success in conveying the depths of grief.
Three of my poems (“A Poem's in a Blade of Grass," “Winter Boughs," and “A Visit to Fort Juniper") have just been accepted for the winter issue of Mezzo Cammin: An Online Journal of Formalist Poetry by Women.
I was delighted to learn that Hollis Seamon, distinguished professor and author, is teaching Vireo this fall (2015) at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY: ENG 246-01 Imaginative Writing: Practice and Pedagogy. She is focusing on the ekphrastic poems, as well as two poems in which I include epigraphs.
Two new poems have just been accepted for publication by Mezzo Cammin: An Online Journal of Formalist Poetry by Women: "Florist During Loss," and “Prayer During Rain" will appear in the June, 2016 issue.
Sally at New Pond Farm in Redding, CT
Tuesday, December 4 at 7 p.m.
Fairfield University Bookstore Celebrate 6 new publications by MFA Alums:
Michael Belanger – The History of Jane Doe
Dan Gunderman – Synod
Sally Nacker – Night Snow
Ioanna Opidee – Waking Slow
Steve Otfinoski – The Selma Marches for Civil Rights: We Shall Overcome
Tom Seiger – The Astronaut’s Son
November 29, 2017
AuthorSpeak at the Norwalk Public Library, noon-1:30. I will read from my newly published book Night Snow. Discussion to follow. Lunch included.
September 7, 2017, I will read my poem, "Quieted" as part of the ekphrasis v project at Fairfield University Museum:
April 2, 2017, I will read my poem "Study in White and Yellow" to Jim Clark's jazz score, "Spring at Last," as part of the Jazz/Poetry Celebration at the Norwalk Public Library.
December 1, 2016, I am reading with poet David K. Leff as part of the Poets In Conversation series at the Norwalk Public Library:
MFA Alumni and Student Reading: Downtown Fairfield Bookstore, Fairfield, CT, November 3, 2016.
Poetry by the Sea: A Global Conference, Madison, CT, 2015-2017:
In 2015, Sally Nacker was a featured poet at the conference with her book Vireo . In 2016, to give back, Sally hosted a New Books Panel. In 2017, she will be back to host the same panel! Again, in 2018, plus an additional panel!
Norwalk Lit Crawl, Apricot Bar & Grill, Norwalk, CT, March, 2016, and April 2017
Sally Nacker reads her poems.
Fairfield University MFA Summer Residency on Ender’s Island, Mystic, CT, July 19, 2015:
2013 Alumna, Sally Nacker, reads from her new book, Vireo.
Potry by the Sea: A Global Conference, Madison, CT, May 26, 2015:
New Books Reading: Meredith Bergmann, Rebecca Foust, Rick Mullin, Sally Nacker.
Norwalk Public Library AuthorSpeak Luncheon, Norwalk, CT, May 15, 2015:
Reading and discussion of Vireo.
Fairfield University Bookstore: A celebration of Vireo, Fairfield, CT, May 14, 2015.
Books on the Common, Ridgefield, CT, May 2, 2015:
Sally Nacker and Ira Joe Fisher.
Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Minneapolis, MN, May 9, 2015:
MFA Reception: New Rivers Press, White Pine Press and Fairfield University.