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Valley News Thursday April 5, 2018

 

Much of it started with a murder — of crows. “A mega-murder,” said poet Sara Biggs Chaney, referring to the collective noun for the raucous black birds who, at certain times of year, gather in huge, cacophonous numbers outside her family’s home in Wilder. She pointed out the window where, by an old well planter on a then-snow-covered knoll, crows come to sit and scream by the hundreds.

“It. Is. Deafening,” she said.

 
 
 
 

Here in Hanover, Image Magazine Blog April 10, 2018

White River Junction residents Michael and Sara Chaney have combined their talents to form a series of pieces known as 'Almanacs,' now in nationally juried art shows around the country.

 
 

Typo Magazine issue #29  April 26, 2018

Four visual poems featured in a cutting-edge, online literary journal. The poems are details from Almanac#2.

 
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Times Argus May 26 2018

Almanac #5 is described in this thoughtful review of the Tell Me show at Studio Place Arts in Barre, VT

 
 

Puerto del sol April 22 2019

Panels from Almanac #3 and Almanac #5 Crow are featured in this acclaimed literary journal published by MFA candidates at New Mexico State University

 
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New Delta Review 9.2 May 2019

Concluding pages from our 9-piece collaborative collage poem “Biography of the Blade Back Girl” published in this online literary and arts journal produced by graduate students in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Louisiana State University.