Modern Love: "Love, Light, Strength, (and Glue)," the New York Times, 5/5/13
"Sex in a Hospital Bed," Salon.com, 5/28/13
"Remembering Who You Are," Brainline.org, 6/14/13
"Making Believe," Chicken Soup for the Soul: Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries, 6/24/14
“Puddles,”The Pitkin Review, Fall 2013
"Insult to injury," Bitch Magazine Issue 68, 9/1/15
"Protest," Feminist Wednesday, 9/9/15
"How Dog-Sitting Helped Kick Depression's Ass," Medium, 5/5/16
"After Page One," Literary Mama, 5/17/17
"How to Break Up With a Brain Injured Soldier," Collateral Literary Journal, UW Tacoma, 5/10/17
"At the End There Might Just be Peace," The Manifest-Station, 11/13/17
”Do Not Blame the Trees,” Women on Writing: Runner Up in Creative Non-fiction Contest, 11/4/2018
”On Presentation Skills,” The Writer in the World, 11/22/2018
”Coming Full Circle", Brainline.org, 12/24/18
Review of Abby Murray’s How to Stay Married After Iraq, Crab Creek Review, 6/15/2019
"During this time,
the only thoughts I allowed myself were in the form of a mantra: “Love, Light, Strength.” I’d say it over and over in the shower or while driving when I recognized fear creeping in."
Sarah has edited fiction and non-fiction books that have drawn awards and acclaim. Authors include former Oregon Democratic senator David Edwards (Nightscape Series), former United Nations attorney Judith Works (City of Illusions), Psychologists Harriet Cannon and Rhoda Berlin (Mixed Blessings), University of Washington Bothell Senior Lecturer in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Julie Shayne, Ph.D. (They Used to Call Us Witches), and others.
Earlier in her career, Sarah produced educational material - videos and print collateral - for PBS in Seattle, working on projects like the Reading Rainbow Young Authors and Illustrators Contest, Washington State Exceptional Caregivers Award, and more.