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Sarah Silbert

Sarah Silbert lives and writes in Vermont. She teaches comparative religions and creative writing at Vermont Technical College.

— From September 2003
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Fighting In The Zendo

When the doctors told us Jeff was dying of leukemia, he and I began to fight. Jeff was twenty-nine, I was twenty-eight, and we’d been building a sixteen-by-twenty-four-foot timber-frame cabin on a small hill of hard ground in Vermont’s Green Mountains.

September 2003
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Rivers We Call Ourselves

At every step, the brook changes; it becomes deep or shallow, wide or narrow, silent and frozen or splashing over logs and stones. I see now that we are like that water, carving our experience into life’s terrain.

October 2001
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