Joseph Sarosy

Joseph Sarosy

Joseph Sarosy is a father and teacher in Northern New Mexico. He has written for Fatherly, the Kosmos Journal, and on his popular blog He works with men and parents locally to help dads connect with their children, and in 2018 he initiated the #GreatDad Campaign to highlight diverse fathers across the nation. From 2009 to 2015, he lived off the grid in the mountains outside Taos, New Mexico, where his daughter was born and spent the first 2 1/2 years of her life. In 2016, Joe partnered with Silke (silk-uh) Rose West, a thirty-year veteran of the Waldorf classroom. Silke co-founded the Taos Waldorf School in 1995, then left in 2016 to form an independent forest kindergarten called Taos Earth Children. For two years, Joe and Silke trudged through forests and canyons with a group of kindergarteners, rain, snow, or shine. It was during this time that their storytelling partnership was formed, and A Father’s Life, Joe’s first book, was written. In 2018, Joe formed a loosely collaborative 1st grade with the intention of leading a multi-age group of children through to the 8th grade. They are now in their second year of formation.

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