Sarah Wyman

Associate Professor – Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Creative Writing, 20th-century Literature & the Visual Arts

  • Office: JFT 212
  • Phone: (845) 257-2624
  • E-mail:
    • Office Hours:
    • MR 1:50 PM – 2:20 PM
    • W 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    • W 1:20 PM – 2:20 PM
    • & by appointment

Sarah Wyman teaches and writes on twentieth-century literature and the visual arts. Recent publications treat the poetry and painting of Frank O’Hara and Paul Klee (Word & Image 2010), problems of representation in Robert Olen Butler’s stories (Amerikastudien /American Studies 2012), indeterminacy and iconoclasm in the work of Robert Hayden, Janet Kozachek, and Tom Feelings (The Comparatist 2012), Ursula Le Guin’s “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” (ANQ 2012), and Percival Everett’s re: (f) gesture poems (UP Mississippi, 2013).

Sarah Wyman’s poems have appeared in Petrichor Review 3Mudfish 17 (2012), The Shawangunk Review (2007; 08; 09), Riverine (Codhill 2007), and Quarry (1995).  She was a finalist for the Richard Eberhart prize in poetry and the Judith Siegel Pearson poetry award.  De Medici Press published her prize-winning chapbook Shared Fruit in 1997.  Her poem “Wet Exit” is forthcoming in Women Writers of the Hudson Valley (Codhill).  For the past six years, she has been teaching poetry reading and writing workshops at a local prison.



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