Sara Siegel is a lifelong writer and crafter who has worked primarily in community, education, and arts-based organizations including Mass Poetry, Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, and The Fine Arts Work Center. Sara’s short stories have been published in Wild Violet, Vantage Point, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal, Cleaver Magazine and Bright Sleep Magazine.
Q: If you could travel back in time, which of the great writers would you like to meet and why?
A: Virginia Woolf – I very much admire the way she focuses on characters’ inward lives, making the minutiae universal.
Q: What is the first book you remember reading or having read to you as a child?
A: Sarah’s Unicorn (quasi-namesake and unicorns!)
Q: Is there a book that you keep going back to, and if so, how many times have you read it?
A: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. But not all of it, just certain sections. I think it’s comfort more than anything else.
Q: What superpower would you like to have and why?
A: Teleportation, because I want to see everywhere.
Stanley Richard Klonczynski had worked at the dream shop for fifty-four years, seven months and thirteen days, or 19,946 days if you didn’t count the days he took off, which were not very many and really only brought the total down another hundred days, give or take. The 19,946 days – give or take – …