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“The Translator” By Sarah Suksiri

Sarah Suksiri reads "The Translator," "Oh Darling, Let's Be More Adventurous," and "The Waters."

Sarah Suksiri

Photo: Courtesy of the poet.

Poet Sarah Suksiri.

“It probably doesn’t matter if, while trying to be modest and eager watchers of life’s many spectacles, we sometimes look clumsy or get dirty or ask stupid questions or reveal our ignorance or say the wrong thing or light up with wonder like the children we all are.”
–Diane Ackerman

Sarah Suksiri is an MFA candidate at Indiana University and the nonfiction editor for Indiana Review.  She grew up in California and currently lives in Columbus, Indiana, the sixth most architecturally significant city in the nation.

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