Poetry. "THE THREE EINSTEINS is the funniest book of poetry you may ever read. In it, Galvin proves she's Seattle's bright and ambling consciousness corporeal. She stands on top of its roofs and accidentally symbolizes things she doesn't understand. She eats the food its people leave behind on the streets. She makes poetry of its sex and violence, its glittering and dank districts. Not since Theodore Roethke has that city had so obvious a laureate."—Rich Smith
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About the Author
Sarah Galvin is the author of The Stranger's "Midnight Haiku" series, which are neither haiku nor at midnight. She has a blog called The Pedestretarian, where she reviews food found on the street. The thing she loves most about reviewing discarded food is receiving text messages that say things like "I hear the bus stop on 3rd and Union is covered with ham." Sarah is a poetry MFA student at University of Washington, and her poems can be found in io, New Ohio Review, The Far Field, Pageboy, Dark Sky, and Ooligan Press's Alive at the Center anthology.