SARAH SANDS PHILLIPS

b.Tsí Tkaròn:to, Canada
Lives in Tokyo, Japan


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Red River Métis/British artist and poet. My practice is grounded in materiality and engaged in an interdisciplinary, process-oriented investigation of intuitive sites of presence and absence, intention and the skin.

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Selected Publications

 


Poetry Anthology
Songs of Revolution: Poems Against Oppression
Sunday Mornings at the River, 2024








Songs of Revolution


In this anthology, you'll find a gathering of poets who, through their unique lenses, capture the essence of our current era — a world marked by both struggle and hope. Their words not only reflect individual experiences but also resonate with universal themes of resilience and the pursuit of change.

Why This Collection Stands Out

  1. Diverse Viewpoints: The poets in "Songs of Revolution" come from various parts of the world, providing a rich mixture of cultural and personal narratives.
  2. Relevant Themes: The collection navigates through topics like conflict, peace, love, and loss, offering insights into the human experience in a world often riddled with challenges.
  3. Supporting a Cause: With this book, your purchase goes beyond literature. We're dedicating all royalties to Medical Aid for Palestinians, directly impacting lives where support is crucial.

Beyond Poetry: A Call for Engagement

"Songs of Revolution" invites readers to engage with the stories and experiences that shape our collective world. Each poem is an opportunity to understand different facets of global struggles and triumphs. This anthology serves as a reminder of the power of storytelling in fostering empathy and inspiring action.

Join us in this endeavour to explore the richness of human narratives across the globe. "Songs of Revolution" is more than an anthology; it's a window into the diverse stories that make up our world.

Paperback ‏ : ‎ 178 pages
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 979-8877559240
Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 12.7 x 1.14 x 20.32 cm

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Poetry Anthology
Winter 2024
Querencia Press, 2024






Querencia Press Winter Anthology 2024




Querencia Press's Winter 2024 anthology features 46 contributors of Poetry, Fiction, & Non-fiction work. Themes of the collection vary widely and the editor would like to include content warnings for self-harm, addiction, grief, domestic violence, religious trauma, sexual trauma, gender dysphoria and politics, as well as some blood and body horror.


Edited by Emily Perkovich


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Poetry
Eros 
Tokyo Poetry Journal, Fall 2023

 
                     



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Poetry
Defining Moments: Fall 2023
Yellow Medicine Review, 2023


Yellow Medicine Review Fall 2023


The Defining Moments Issue

Cover art by Ray Young Bear

Contributors include Crisosto Apache, T. Marie Bertineau, Milton Bluehouse, Jr., Krystle Bowers, Antoinette Bridgers-Smith, Anthony Ceballos, Tripp J Crouse, Dr. Deidra Suwanee Dees, Kalilinoe Detwiler, Coby-Dillon English, E. Fox, Tavia Frances Torralba, Eliane Gerard, Jane Hammons, Tonya Holy Elk, Chris Hoshnic, Ira Thorpe Huff, Linda Zamora Lucero, Dwayne Martine, Rahnàwakęw Donnie McDowell, Maiah A Merino, MariJo Moore, Brianna G. Reed, Sarah Sands Phillips, Nevine Sultan, Jonathan Taylor, Angela Trudell Vasquez, Tony Wallin-Sato, Ray Young Bear.


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Book (Art Publication)
The Artist Cookbook
2019



The Artist Cookbook Vol. 1


The Artist Cookbook Vol. 1 contains 58 recipes, from 52 artists collected from across the country. Along with the recipes artists submitted, came personal stories and unexpected glimpses into each of their lives. Some of these narratives have made their way into the book.

The recipes included are varied, yet respect an entry-level skillset, without compromising taste or aesthetics (we’re artists! this is important to us). When selecting the recipes I found that a few ingredients showed up time and again and became staples, so I would suggest stocking up on some of these items, including: Parmesan cheese, garlic, onions, parsley, eggplant, and of course, lemons.

More often than not, personal recipes come from a place of love and are attached to memories. I hope the ones I have selected for this book find a home alongside you. My wish is that you continue these traditions, and engage in the sharing and memory-making that meals provide us.

Bon appétit! --Carrie


The Artists
Amanda White, Anna-Sophia Vulovich, BGL, Bruce Barber, Brynn Higgins-Stirrup, Carrie Perreault, Clelia Scala, Dave Dyment, Dave Hucal, Donna Akrey, Ed Pien, Eryn Foster, Graeme Patterson, Howard Podeswa, Jamie Q, Joële Walinga, Joy Walker, Kelly Richardson, Kim Morgan, Kristine Mifsud, Laura Letinsky, Lisa Birke, Lorène Bourgeois, Lorna Bauer, Maggie Groat, Mariam Magsi, Meggan Winsley, Meghan Price, Melika Saeeda, Micah Lexier, Michael Floman, Millie Chen, Nadia Gohar, Natalie Hunter, Nicole Collins, Nicole Rayburn, Nour Bishouty, Patrick Cruz, Rachel Crummey, Rah Eleh, Rajni Perera, Rhonda Weppler, Ruth Kaplan, Sage Szkabarnicki-Stuart, Sarah Sands Phillips, Sarindar Dhaliwal, Stephanie Jonsson, Vanessa Brown, Vanessa Dion Fletcher, Vanessa Maltese, Winnie Truong, Yam Lau

Published: Toronto, Ontario
Year: 2019
Pages: 122p
Dimensions: 8 x 10 x 0.5”
Cover: Paperback
Binding: Clear plastic coil
Process: Digital Colour
ISBN: 978-1-9991215-1-8


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Book (Art Publication)
NUT: Volume II
2019



NUT / Volume 2



Liza Lacroix and Alli Melanson

NUT is an all women's publication devoted to celebrating and fostering the female artist community.

Design by Anna-Karin Loureiro and Patricia Reis
Foreword by Loreta Lamargese

Edition of 200
Softcover 5 x 7 in., perfect bound with perforated pages.
Printed in Montreal by BookArt

Collection of 64 detachable prints by women artists including:

Alessandra Acierno, Susan Bee, Amy Bessone, Simone Blain, Amanda Boulos, Cristine Brache, Sandra Brewster, Lex Brown, Vanessa Brown, Ginny Casey, Phoebe Collings-James, Holly Coulis, June Culp, Laura Dawe, Laura Findlay, Meg Franklin, Zipora Fried, Rebecca Gilbert, Elizabeth Glaessner, Claire Greenshaw, Vanessa Gully Santiago, Delphine Hennelly, Stephanie Hier, Brook Hsu, Kristen Jensen, Cindy Ji Hye Kim, Emma Kohlmann, Jyan Ku, Denise Kupferschmidt, Anne Libby, Aino Lintunen, Antonia Low, Kristy Luck, Shannon Lucy, Katie Lyle, Maya Martinez, Frances Adair Mckenzie, Maysha Mohamedi, Elisabeth Molin, Abby Mcguane, Sophy Naess, Gahee Park, Erika Ranee, Libby Rothfeld, Brie Ruais, Sarah Sands Phillips, Chloe Seibert, Mira Schor, Ellen Siebers, Lisa Signorini, Polly Shindler, Dana Slijboom, Jane Swavely, Alexandria Tarver, Camille Thomas, Winnie Truong, Jessica Vaughn, Megane Voghell, Joy Walker, Nell Waters, Kathleen White, Faye Wei Wei, Rachel Eulena Williams and Crys Yin.


All proceeds will be donated to the Global Fund for Women.


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Book (Art Publication)
Colouring Book
Akin Collective, 2017



Akin Collective Colouring Book


 
Printed by Colour Code in Toronto, each is an original risograph edition.

Cover design and layout by Nicole Tarasick

Akin Collective is a shared art studio with locations in Parkdale and Bloordale Village in Toronto. This publication contains 63 original works by Akin members as well as their nearest and dearest including contributions by significant members of the Toronto arts community including Scott Everingham, Georgia Dickie, VSVSVS, Alex McLeod, Jeremy Bailey & Kristen Schaffer, Sarah Sands Phillips, Melissa Fisher, Hanna Hur and more. Each unique piece is reflective of the artist’s personal style, regardless of their usual medium or practice. It's a great gift for artists and art lovers.

71 pages, black and white, 19 x 24 cm
Paperback


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