Sarah Richards Graba

Adjunct Faculty
Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Psychology
BA in English with creative writing emphasis at University of Colorado - Boulder, Secondary English/Language Arts teaching license at University of Colorado - Boulder, MFA in Writing & Poetics with prose emphasis at Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University
BA Creative Writing & Literature, BA Psychology Online, MFA Creative Writing & Poetics
Creative Nonfiction Workshop (BA JKS), Ekphrastic Writing Workshop (BA JKS), Women Writers (BA JKS), Cultural & Ethnic Literature (BA JKS), Writing Seminar II (BA Core), MFA Critical Thesis (MFA JKS), Writing Pedagogy (MFA JKS), Social & Multicultural Foundations (MA CPBP)

Sarah Richards Graba is a writer, teacher, and artist. Sarah has numerous publishing projects (digital design and letterpress), and is a freelance writer and coach. As a member of collective.aporia, she organizes online writing/arts workshops for the global artist community. Sarah is interested in disruption and subversion, ritual and tradition-and how these intersect with community and hybridity.

  • You can find Sarah’s creative work, book reviews, and interviews in Morning/Mourning, Bombay Gin, Something on Paper, Semicolon, Pleiades Magazine, and elsewhere.

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Naropa Campuses Closed on Friday, March 15, 2024

Due to adverse weather conditions, all Naropa campuses will be closed Friday, March 15, 2024.  All classes that require a physical presence on campus will be canceled. All online and low-residency programs are to meet as scheduled.

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