Fierce on the Page Press & Buzz
“Poetry trained me for the mosh pit of motherhood”: An Interview with Sage Cohen
A conversation with Daniel Nester in the Pine Hills Review
2 Keys to Unlock Your Momentum
Guest post with Jane Friedman
“Write Fierce” podcast with WriterAccess
Byron White of WriterAccess takes a deep dive with me into fierce accountability, productivity, and results.
What it Means to be Fierce on the Page
A conversation with Jane Friedman
Sage Cohen on Fierce
Drew Myron’s fabulous 3 Good Books features my 3 favorite “Fierce Field Guides”
“Become the Writer You Were Meant to Be” Pathways Radio interview and podcast
Pathways Radio’s Paul O’Brien interviews me about the fierce (writing) life.
Being “Fierce on the Page” — a book review
The Book Diner interview
A conversation with Sharon Zink of The Book Diner
15 Productivity Tips for Nonfiction Writers
Productivity round-up on Write Nonfiction Now! features smart strategies from Sage Cohen + three other authors as part of the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge.
Honor Your Lineage
Terri Connellan’s Quiet Writing blog features an excerpt from Fierce on the Page.
Poetry First Lines
A blogger sharing coding strategies takes inspiration from a chapter in Writing the Life Poetic and auto-generates a poem composed entirely of first lines.
“False Positive” poem published in Poet’s Market 2015
“How to Pray” published in Rattle #41 single parents issue, Fall 2013 // live online with audio in Rattle, March 2014
“Sadness is Boring” published in Virginia Quarterly Review, July 2013
“What’s Wrong With” live online with audio in Rattle, June 2013
“Dear Luna,” published in Stirring: A Literary Collection, May 2013
“What’s Wrong With” published in Rattle #38 Winter 2012 issue
“Dear Scar,” poem published in the May 2012 issue of Hip Mama
1/12: “Dear Fritz Guest House,” poem accepted for publication in 2013 Poet’s Market
Podcast of Sage reading at the Three Friends Reading Series with Kristin Berger and Sara Guest, December 2009
“Where Besson Street and Chevron Don’t Meet” published in Black Lamb, April 2007
“Exfoliation” published in Black Lamb, November 2006
Six Poems published in Oregon Literary Review, Summer/Fall 2006
Four Poems published in La Petite Zine
“And Then There Were None” featured on The Manifest-Station, December 2016
“Why I Turned Down The New York Times” essay published in The Truth of Memoir, December 2014
“The Word is The Way,” an essay appearing in HOW TO ACHIEVE A HEAVEN ON EARTH, an anthology edited by John E. Wade II, featuring thought leaders such as Barack Obama, Al Gore, Tony Blair and Thomas L. Friedman, January 2010.
Living Below The Radar, News Sip, December 2009
“Inhale. Exhale. Ash.” published in Black Lamb, November 2006
“First Person Plural” published in Oregon Literary Review, Winter/Spring 2007
“No Choice At All” short story published in The Night, and the Rain, and the River, May 2014
“It’s Complicated” story won Eleventh Place in the Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition, February 2015, and will be published in the 15th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition Collection.
“The Inspiring Power of Freewriting” published in Writer’s Digest, January 2017
“Map Your Writing Time” published in Writer’s Digest, February 2017 issue
Finding precious minutes and hours to write doesn’t have to mean losing sleep. These tips will help you plan a route for reaching your destination happier and faster.
“A Little Manual on Fear and Creativity” published on Wild Culture, April 2015
“Make More Time for Your Writing” published in Writer’s Digest, April 2013
“How to Increase Your Odds of Publication” and the poem “Dear Fritz Guest House,” in Poet’s Market 2013 (Plus, my name is on the cover!)
“Repurposing Writing for Platform and Profit” in Writer’s Market 2013
Oregonian News Network Interview with Cornelius Swart, October 17, 2012
“Customize Your Self-Editing Approach” published in September 2012 issue ofWriter’s Digest
“10 Steps to Productivity Bliss” published in the Summer 2012 Writer’s Digest Yearbook: Novel Writing.
“Accomplish Your Writing Goals: Make a Schedule and Meet Your Deadlines” featured on writersdigest.com
“10 Ways to Harness Fear and Fuel Your Writing” featured on writersdigest.com
“Making the Most of the Money You Earn” by Sage Cohen in Writer’s Market 2012
“Why Poets Need Platforms — And How to Create One” by Sage Cohen in Poet’s Market 2012
“Grow Your Writing Life” and “Claiming Your North Star” by Sage Cohen in The Writer’s Guide to Creativity from Writer’s Digest Yearbook
“10 Ways to Harness Fear and Fuel Your Writing” by Sage Cohen in the September 2011 issue of Writer’s Digest
“10 Ways to be a Productivity Pro” by Sage Cohen in “The Big 10” issue of Writer’s Digest — September 2010.
“Top 10 Pitfalls Writers Should Avoid” by Sage Cohen in Writer’s Digest online.
Sage Cohen is featured in “Experiencing Motherhood Through Poetry,” by Julie Bloss Kelsey, Washington Parent, May 2010
“Shifting Our Lens from Poverty to Prosperity,” by Sage Cohen in Read Write Poem, March 29, 2010
“The Art of Revision,” Read Write Poem, February 10, 2010.
‘Tis the Season to Write Poetry, Author Online Magazine, December 15, 2009
“Story Fluidity” conversation + prompts with Dawn Montefusco + Write With Me. An invitation to approach familiar stories from new directions, to find new truths along the way.
“Naming Myself” live storytelling performance with Portland Story Theater
“Finding My Gold” live staged reading at the Listen to Your Mother performance
“Harness Your Ambition” by Gigi Rosenberg, Professional Artist, October/November 2017
“Tools & Talismans” by Liz Kalloch featuring Sage Cohen tools & talismans and insights
Write Because it Matters Telesummit video dialogue with Dawn Montefusco. Everything you need to know to write, publish, and market a book—and keep writing.
Interview with Leigh Anne Kranz on KBOO’s Bread and Roses Show, December 6, 2013
Interviewed in “Get Organized” featured at WOW! Women on Writing
Interview with Fiona Robin at Writing Our Way Home
“We Who Are about To Breed: Sage Cohen” — an interview about motherhood and the writing life, with We Who Are About To Die
Writer’s Digest Author Q&A: “Sage Cohen, author of Writing the Life Poetic and The Productive Writer, waxes poetic about the writing life and finding your own unique place in the world.”
Tune in to a two-hour workshop and conversation about Writing the Life Poetic with Sage Cohen and Nyla Alisia on “The Inkwell” show on blogtalkradio, March 2, 2010
Awards & Recognition
It’s Complicated” story won Eleventh Place in the Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition, February 2015, and will be published in the 15th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition Collection.
11/11: Finalist in the 2011 Wabash Poetry Prize, judged by Louise Gluck
11/11: Finalist in the Santa Fe Writers Project Poetry Contest
11/11: Semifinalist in the Gold Line Press Poetry Chapbook Competition
Featured on the cover of WRITER’S MARKET 2012
Featured on the cover of POET’S MARKET 2012
Nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2008
Won first prize in the 2006 Ghost Road Press Poetry Contest in 2006
Awarded a Soapstone residency in 2006
Awarded a full fellowship to attend the Creative Writing Program at New York University