Sarah Estes

Sarah Estes is a poet, essayist and science writer. Her most recent book is Field Work; she is also the author of Hive Bone, a chapbook. Estes' work has appeared in The Atlantic, New Scientist, Christian Science Monitor, Agni, Cimarron, Cider Press Review, Crab Orchard Review, Drunken Boat, The Missouri Review, New Orleans Review, Plume, Salon, Slate, Southern Review and elsewhere.She was a Hoyns Fellow at the University of Virginia and has a master’s in religion and culture from Harvard. Sarah has taught poetry and composition at UVA, James Madison University and overseas in Japanese high schools. She has received grants and fellowships from Harvard, UVA, Bread Loaf, Think Write Publish and the National Science Foundation among others. She lives in Los Angeles with her family.

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The Courage of Our Conniptions

The Courage of Our Conniptions blog makes use of research in the social and psychological science fields to shed light on topics ranging from political controversies to relationships.

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