The cover of Sarah Browning's recent collection, Killing Summer, side by side with a picture of the author in a pink scarf, smiling.

Browning documents the legacies and ruins of our imaginations while insisting that moving headlong into one’s trouble might be a species of repossession, a strategy for survival.

Aracelis Girmay, author of the black maria

At a time when poets and writers are frequently and earnestly asking the age-old question of What can I do to help, to make change in this current social and political climate?, we can look to Sarah Browning as an example. Browning is a poet whose work (writing and activism) puts question into action. Her work supports, exposes, builds, tears down, and gathers.

Holly Mason, So to Speak Journal