The original "beanbag" chair, the Sacco debuted in 1968 and offered an entirely new concept of seating. One of the first chairs that adjusted to the person sitting in it, the Sacco’s inviting design and relaxed approach to seating fueled its rapid growth in popularity. When the chair is in use, a natural headrest forms from displaced pellets.
Martha Kaplan is a Pushcart nominated poet living in Madison Wisconsin. Her poems have appeared in Branch Redd Review, Blue Unicorn, Möbius the Poetry Magazine, Verse Wisconsin, Hummingbird, and Hospital Drive and others. She has written for Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources.