Sarah Wetzel, poet, essayist, and engineer, is the author of the collections, River Electric with Light (Red Hen Press, 2015) and Bathsheba Transatlantic (Anhinga Press, 2010), which won the Philip Levine Prize for Poetry. After job-hopping across Europe and the Americas, Sarah divides time between New York and Tel Aviv, Israel. She graduated from Georgia Tech in 1989, and in 1997, received a MBA from Berkeley. Sarah completed a MFA from Bennington College in January 2009. Her poems and essays appear in Israeli and American publications including Barrow Street, Valparaiso, Quiddity, Rattle, Folly, ilanot, TwoReview, CALYX, Nimrod, and others.
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