Natasha Sajé is a professor of English at Westminster College in Salt Lake City where she also curates the Anne Newman Sutton Weeks Poetry Series. In addition, Sajé is a member of the poetry faculty at the Vermont College of Fine Arts M.F.A. in Writing Program. She is the author of three books of poems, a book of poetry criticism, and a ted Reading Time: 8 mins.
Sajé's mix of intellectual chops and emotional candor creates an unsparing account of one smart and compassionate person’s life. That this life becomes a conduit and critique of the last forty or so years of political and social upheaval is an added and bracing benefit for the reader/5(11).
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Alive. By Natasha Sajé. You and me, of course, and the animals. we feed and then slaughter. The boxelder. bug with its dot of red, yeast in the air. making bread and wine, bacteria. in yogurt, carrots, the apple tree, each white blossom.
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