Sarah DiGregorio


Cover Photo: A photograph of two flowers called pink lady’s slippers, which are almost embarrassingly biological-looking—fuschia-veined pouches that dangle from their stems
My Father Tried to Preserve Nature—And the Best of Him—In His Writing

My father has been gone for so long now. There’s nothing for me to escape anymore. I read his book to try to believe him again.

Apr 12, 2022
Cover Photo: The photo, courtesy of the author, is described in the essay: her mother kneeling, wearing high-waisted ’70s jeans with a blouse tucked in, and a pixie cut. She is grinning and has her arm slung around her dog Smoky, who is sitting, also grinning, his chin up. He is all black with a shock of white on his chest
Smoky & Jack, the One-Woman Dogs

Is it as eerie as I think it is, this mirroring: the one-woman dogs; the girl babies who come too early, too small?

Mar 02, 2020