Sarah Estes is a poet, essayist and science writer. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Atlantic, New Scientist, Christian Science Monitor, Agni, Cimarron, Cider Press Review, Crab Orchard Review, Drunken Boat, The Missouri Review, New Orleans Review, Salon, Slate, Southern Review and elsewhere. Her first book of poetry, Field Work, will be published by Cider Press Review later this year. Field Work was also shortlisted for the Crab Orchard Poetry Series, Dorset Prize, Four Way Books Intro Prize, Levine Prize, Lexi Rudnitsky Prize, University of Wisconsin Press Poetry Series and others. Her chapbook, Hive Bone, was published in 2013 with Finishing Line Press.
The circle lies unbroken, and the lord is by and by.