Every semester I get the same email from my program’s artistic director: “Hey Creative Writing Instructors! Introduce yourself to your students!” The survey requests my favorite quotes about writing. (Chekov: “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”) It invites me to share practical advice. (“If there’s […]
Sarah Terez Rosenblum
SARAH TEREZ ROSENBLUM's work has appeared in literary magazines such as Diagram, Brevity, Third Coast, Underground Voices, Carve, and The Boiler. She has written for sites including Salon, The Chicago Sun Times, The Satirist, and Pop Matters. She was shortlisted for Zoetrope All Story’s 2016 Short Fiction Contest, receiving an honorable mention. Most recently, Sarah was a runner-up for Prairie Schooner’s annual summer Creative Nonfiction Contest, and her work was published in their Summer 2020 issue. Pushcart Prize-nominated, Sarah holds an MFA in Creative Writing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is a Creative Coach, and teaches creative writing at The University of Chicago Writer’s Studio. Her novel, Herself When She's Missing, was called “poetic and heartrending" by Booklist.