Sarah Grace Logan
Sarah Grace commands an armada of literary pirates that has ridden the third wave of feminism and is becalmed on a reef of prose poetry and intersectionality. She will heave off soon in search of rougher waters, because she is a wordshark, and to stop moving forwards would be death.
She writes prose, poetry, novels and scripts, and loves hard sci-fi just as much as historical fiction, along with a whole range of genres in between. Her obsessions in writing are gender, identity and sexuality, along with aspects of the natural world; insects, earthquakes and the ocean.
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We Obey the Same Laws of Mathematics
by Sarah Grace Logan
This poetry debut features a baker’s dozen of ocean-going poems, riddled with syphilitic beauty and speculative horrors. From lonesome shores to the mid-Atlantic refuse sprawl, Sarah Grace Logan imagines the world dissolving in front of us, and the ocean claiming back the world we've clawed from its depths.
Humping the Boonies
by Sarah Grace Logan
Featuring seven new and reworked stories, this collection of short fiction by emerging author Sarah Grace Logan explores troubled lives and relationships from post-war America to the far-flung future of the human race. Sarah Grace lives and works in Manchester, UK, and is fascinated with exploring gender and identity in her writing.
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Smashwords book reviews by Sarah Grace Logan
on May 21, 2012
This is a great idea, quite nicely executed if a little flowery.
The Ivory Prison
on July 27, 2012
This sweet little story has real potential to be something big and grand and really interesting. I love sci-fi and genetic experiments, and this was a good take on science interfering in the development of life.
Overall it's enjoyable enough but I feel that the author can make much, much more of this story. For a start the romance is believable but is underdeveloped. There is a hint of Gabe feeling himself drawn to Lukas because of their shared differences from 'normal' people, but it is not very well explored. Their commonalities seem to be limited to their strange genetic make up and their penchant for light green. The length of the story does not give the author time to stretch her legs and explore the characters, which is a shame. We don't see the motivations of Dr Mercier, or how Lukas and Gabe feel about the direction their life is taking, and what they're to be used for.
Like I say though I think the idea here is brilliant and I'd love to see it explored in a longer piece. There is a lot of scope for weird, creepy storytelling in this world that I'd love to see exploited.
Smashwords Book Marketing Guide
on Aug. 21, 2012
This book is fascinating, and an invaluable tool for anyone looking to self-publish. I cannot wait to publish my own first novel through Smashwords, and thanks to this book I know just what to do to give myself the best chance of success.