Sari Fordham is a writer, professor, and environmental activist. Her memoir, Wait for God to Notice, narrates her childhood in Uganda, during and after Idi Amin’s dictatorship. Her work has appeared in Brevity, Best of the Net, Baltimore Review, Booth, and Chattahoochee Review, among others. She teaches at SUNY Oswego and lives in upstate New York with her husband and daughter.
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