Sarah Smarsh has covered socioeconomic class, politics, and public policy for “The Guardian,” “VQR,” NewYorker.com, Harpers.org, “The Texas Observer,” and many others. She is currently a Joan Shorenstein Fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. A former professor of nonfiction writing, Smarsh is a frequent speaker on economic inequality and related media narratives. She lives in Kansas. Her first book, “Heartland,” will be published by Scribner Book Company in September 2018.
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