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Sara Edlin-Marlowe reads "Elegy for Joseph Brodsky" by Ilya Kaminsky

Sara Edlin-Marlowe
Spokane Public Radio
Sara Edlin-Marlowe in the KSFC studio

Local arts lover reads a piece that speaks to the Russian–American poet and essayist

Sara Edlin-Marlowe is a retired teacher of theater and speech at Spokane Falls Community College. She's also a Spokane Public Radio alumna and can often be seen throughout the region in dramatic performances through arts councils, libraries and schools.

In addition, Sara has several film credits to her name. She still gets small residual checks from The Godfather and can be seen fleetingly in Woody Allen's Bananas (in a screaming yellow zonker dress).