Sarah Doyle is a widely published poet. She is the Pre-Raphaelite Society’s Poet-in-Residence, and co-author of ‘Dreaming Spheres: Poems of the Solar System’ (PS Publishing, 2014).
Her work has been extensively anthologised, and has appeared in numerous magazines and journals, such as ‘Mslexia’, ‘Poetry News’, ‘The Lonely Crowd’, ‘Dust Poetry’, ‘Poetry Birmingham’, ‘Ink, Sweat and Tears’, ‘Finished Creatures’, ‘Anthropocene Poetry’, etc., as well as being performed on radio, illustrated, and set to music.
Sarah won the Wolverhampton Literature Festival (WoLF) poetry competition and Holland Park Press’s Brexit in Poetry 2019, and was runner-up in the Keats-Shelley Poetry Prize 2019. Previously, Sarah has won the William Blake Poetry Prize, and has been placed in around forty to fifty other poetry competitions.
She is co-editor of ‘Humanagerie’, a 2018 anthology from Eibonvale Press, shortlisted for a British Fantasy Award in 2019.
Sarah’s essay on meteorological Romantic poetry was runner-up in the Keats-Shelley Essay Prize 2020.
She was highly commended in the Ginkgo Prize for Ecopoetry and in the Forward Prizes 2018, and she holds an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway College, University of London.
She works as a freelance poetry mentor and critique provider.