Sara Grimes | Poet | Teaching Artist

      Sara Grimes is a poet and novelist local to Seattle’s Pacific Northwest. She is active cross-pollination of creative projects in the open mic community in Seattle, Washington.   She adopts a lyrical style inspired by her heady dose of music immersion.  She’s been featured in “The Dewdrop Digest,” “Beyond Words Magazine,” and “Kelp Literary Journal.” She is working toward her MFA in Poetry at UC Riverside where she is the Poetry Editor for The Coachella Review. She is passionate about diversity in education and when she is not writing poetry, she is working as a teaching artist for the diverse student body at Hugo House and other local writing centers.

Publication Credit:

The Odyssey: Mediterrranean-inspired poetry magazine

The Coachella Review: Interview with Natashia Deón, Author of “The Perishing” and two time NAACP Image Award Nominee

Aloka Magazine — Two Poems on Movement and Connection Chosen for “Outsider’s Perspective”

Dewdrop Digest– “Pandemic Stroll” A Poem About Being Introduced to Quarantine

Beyond Words — “Collective Inhale” A Poem About the Anxiety of the Pandemic

The Coachella Review– Review of “Atomizer” by Elizabeth A.I. Powell

The Coachella Review– Review of “Convenient Amnesia” by Donald Vincent

The Coachella Review — Interview with Ajit Dutta “A Lover’s Sigh”