The Constellation of Small Uncertainties

Poetry by Sarah Crowson

an intermittent character. alternate brightenings and dimmings. warp the mind and mislead, I became jealous of myself.

Sarah-Jane Crowson works as an educator at Hereford College of Arts. She is also a postgraduate researcher at Birmingham City University, investigating ideas of the ‘critical radical rural’. Her work is inspired by psychogeography, chance and ideas of space, and her poetry and visual poetry can be seen in various online journals, including the Iron Horse Literary Review, Otoliths and Petrichor. She can be found as @Sarahjfc on twitter, and on her website.

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