Now These Three Remain by Sarah Dickenson Snyder


Now These Three Remain

Poetry by Sarah Dickenson Snyder


Praise for Now These Three Remain

With a generous embrace, Sarah Dickenson Snyder’s poems offer surprising turns and compelling imagery. She explores “the intersection of want and need” on this “trembling planet” and decides Now These Three Remain: faith, hope, and love. This collection will invite you to admit the shadowy backdrop of climate crisis, pandemic, and political unrest, and still consider, “Maybe we all just want to make something sacred while we’re here.”

Ellen Bass, author of Indigo (Copper Canyon Press)

About the Author

Sarah Dickenson Snyder lives in Vermont, carves in stone, & rides her bike.
Travel opens her eyes. She has four poetry collections, The Human Contract
(2017), Notes from a Nomad (nominated for the Massachusetts Book Awards
2018), With a Polaroid Camera (2019) and Now These Three Remain (2023).
Poems have been nominated for Best of Net and Pushcart Prizes. Her work is
in “Rattle,” and “RHINO” and others. .