Sasha Bonét is a writer, cultural critic, and educator living in New York City. While employing various mediums for storytelling, Bonét's work explores the ways in which race, gender, and art influence cultural norms and the way we experience them. Bonét shifts from criticism to profiles to narrative nonfiction with the objective of illuminating the nuances of the human experience.
Sasha Bonét is an adjunct assistant professor in the Barnard College English department. Receiving her MFA from Columbia University’s creative writing program, she now teaches nonfiction writing at Columbia University’s School of the Arts and Barnard’s English department. She takes the title “Storyteller” on her website, a telling description of her work which employs various mediums for storytelling. Her work explores the ways in which race, gender, and art influence cultural norms and the way we experience them.