Carol Sadtler is a writer and editor whose poems have appeared in Pacific Review, RHINO Poetry, Tishman Review, The Maine Review, and other publications, and she has served as an associate editor for RHINO Poetry. Upcoming publications include Bangalore Review and Writers Resist. She lives with her family in Chicago.
Posts by Carol Sadtler
I need patience today, so I Google it to find patience comes from patientia, meaning sufferance, submissiveness, passiveness, enduring—all of this without complaining.... Read More
“The monster of modernity must be slowed.” —Roger Cohen, May 8, 2020, the New York Times Water, lime and sand made an ancient holy... Read More