Welcome to the 2018 Belladonna* auction!
Note: We’ve discovered that PayPal’s “Buy It Now” button is temperamental. In order to “buy it now” please use the regular bidding button, but bid $1 above the “buy it now” price. That seems to do the trick. However, if you’re having any trouble with bidding on an item, please don’t hesitate to send a note to us at belladonna series [at] gmail.com and we can facilitate on the backend. Thanks for supporting Belladonna* Collaborative!
Note about shipping: Free shipping is included on some, but not all, items. If you have questions about shipping costs, please query us before bidding. Most items can also be picked up in person from our studio in Crown Heights.
Four one-hour sessions, by phone or Skype, of manuscript coaching with Sara Wintz.
From the Poetry Foundation:
Sara Wintz was born in Los Angeles and studied literature and writing at Mills College, Oxford University (BA), and Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard (MFA). Her first book, Walking Across A Field We Are Focused On At This Time Now (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2012) is an epic poem about the 20th century that explores the foundations of facts, time, and social identity.
Wintz is the editor of two anthologies of new poetry: THE FEELING IS MUTUAL: A LIST OF OUR FUCKING DEMAND$ (Compline, 2013) and INVISIBLY TIGHT INSTITUTIONAL OUTER FLANKS DUB (verb) GLORIOUS NATIONAL HI-VIOLENCE RESPONSE DREAM: New Writing from the U.S. and U.K. (Critical Documents, 2008, with Justin Katko and Ryan Dobran). She is a contributing editor to Ugly Duckling Presse’s annual performance art sourcebook, Emergency Index.
Wintz has curated for the Segue Foundation (2010, 2011) and for Small Press Traffic (2013). She is the subject of an interview with Claire Wilcox at BOMB in addition to an interview with Kareem Estefan at Ceptuetics, and a feature at Poetry Society of America’s online series, “In Their Own Words,” curated by Brett Fletcher Lauer.
The recipient of a grant from The Fund for Poetry (2013), Wintz is at work on a second book of poems and a book of interviews with contemporary women poets called Conversations with Women.
Since 2013, Wintz has been a staff writer for Harriet.