Winner of the Noemi Book Prize in Prose.
ALMONDS ARE MEMBERS OF THE PEACH FAMILY looks at the ways humans process violence, history, identity, and intergenerational trauma. Centering upon the making of a crazy quilt, it weaves together oral history, public record, images, scientific findings, diary entries, statistical data, and memory with few sutures.
Fiction. Poetry. Hybrid Genre.
"Best of 2019: Nonfiction Books" @ Entropy
Stephanie Sauer is an interdisciplinary artist and author of ALMONDS ARE MEMBERS OF THE PEACH FAMILY (Noemi Press, 2019) and The Accidental Archives of the Royal Chicano Air Force (University of Texas Press, 2016). She has earned the Barbara Deming Award for Nonfiction, So to Speak's Hybrid Book Award, and fellowships from Yaddo and Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. Her work has been exhibited at the De Young Museum, NYC's Center for Book Arts, and National Library of Baghdad. Her work has appeared in Drunken Boat, Asymptote, PRISM International, and Verse Daily. She is founding editor of Copilot Press and teaches at the San Francisco Art Institute.Author City: ROUGH AND READY, CA USA