BOOK REVIEW, The River Volta Review of Books 

"The World Is Mostly Sky is a stunning collection full of vibrancy and teeming with tenderness. Ens’s poetry first soars through childhood nostalgia and anguish, dives through thick waters of heartbreak and longing, and finally crashes up through clouds of young adulthood with ice coffees raised like chalices to the sky."
Delane Just, The River Volta Review of Books

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE GRADUATES HONOURED FOR RESEARCH, University of Saskatchewan, College of Arts & Sciences, News & Events

BOOK REVIEWHerizons

"These poems draw heavily on faith and relationships. Female friendship is key—as long and sustaining as prairie roots—and exerts a far more powerful force on the speaker's life than the ex-lovers who also pop up throughout the collection. ... The World Is Mostly Sky is a beautiful debut.
Kerry Ryan, Herizons

BOOK REVIEWHeritage Posting

"The constant motion of body and spirit, in and out of each other, this is the thread throughout this marvellous book."Patrick Friesen

DEBUT POETRY COLLECTION CONSIDERS TRANSITIONS UNDER THE PRAIRIE SKY, Prairie Books NOW

"Sarah Ens’s first collection of poetry, The World Is Mostly Sky, is a closely observed exploration of her rural Prairie roots, as well as the landscape’sand the sky’schanging physical and emotional resonances."melanie brannagan frederiksen

NIMBLE. PRAIRIE. CELEBRATIONS. SARAH ENS'S THE WORLD IS MOSTLY SKY, Good. Short. Reviews. The Anti-Languorous Project

"Ens celebrates both people and prairie, complicated as each are, through her nimble pen and apt understanding of just what each poem needs."

Allie McFarland

TO COMBAT COVID-19 ISOLATION, USASK MFA IN WRITING STUDENTS LAUNCH VIRTUAL VARIETY SHOW, University of Saskatchewan, College of Arts & Sciences, News & Events

"FLORICULTURE V. 2" DIGITAL BROADSHEET, Turnstone Poetry Youtube Channel

"FLORICULTURE" DIGITAL BROADSHEET, Turnstone Poetry Youtube Channel

SARAH ENS' AMAZING YEAR, University of Saskatchewan, MFA in Writing News

SUPPORT THE RIVER VOLTA WITH ORIGINAL TYPEWRITTEN HAIKU BY SARAH ENS, University of Saskatchewan, MFA in Writing News

WHAT IS SARAH ENS READING?, The New Quarterly