Poetry. "With both wit and tenderness, Sarah Sarai rigorously navigates the dialectics of knowledge and not knowing, thinking and being, the fantastic and the quotidian, the spiritual and the earthy, in language that is by turns crisp and lush. These are heady, whip-smart, funny and moving poems in which time becomes fluid and vertical—high-rise pageant of art, ephemera, filigree and memory through which our physical and temporal bodies spark and fall much too quickly"—Lee Ann Roripaugh.
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Sarah Sarai's poems have been published in Threepenny Review, Mississippi Review, ELEVEN ELEVEN and many others journals. Her fiction in Weber Studies, South Dakota Review, Tampa Review, Fairy Tale Review and others. She has been adjunct in writing at an assortment of colleges, works as a copyeditor and lives in New York City where she is writing a second poetry collection and novels. Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA