Seth Tourjee (published names also include S. Tourjee and Sarah Tourjee) is a writer, performer, educator, and media & book artist. They are the author of Sam Says, Sam, published by Spuyten Duyvil in October 2018, as well as two chapbooks: Ghost (2013) and When Tongue Was Muscle (2016), both published by Anomalous Press. In 2014, Ghost was adapted for ballet by the Berkshire Choreography Project. Seth holds an MFA from Brown University, was a 2015-2016 Artist-in-Residence at Joshua Tree National Park, and was a finalist of the MacColl Johnson Fellowship in 2019. From 2013-2017, they were co-director of Frequency Writers, a nonprofit writing organization. They now serve as Grants Manager at AS220 in Providence RI. Seth grew up in western Massachusetts and now lives in Providence Rhode Island.
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