Author: Sally Fisher

Sally Fisher's poems have appeared in Broadway Boogie, Field, Margie, Mid-American Review, New Directions, Poetry East, Poetry Daily, Shenandoah, The Sun, The Threepenny Review, Out of the Catskills and Just Beyond, and many other journals and anthologies. She has published two books for children (published by Viking and the Metropolitan Museum of Art) and a book about art for adults, The Square Halo (Harry M. Abrams). She worked for many years in publications at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is a student of improvisation and stage clown as well as a puppet builder and sometime performer.

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Bright Hill Press

Poetry. Sally Fisher's poems speak for the value of unknowing. John Keats said that what we all need is a quality (Shakespeare had it) he called "negative capability"—the capacity to live in uncertainty. In fact, this collection savors the pleasures...

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