Sarah is a writer and professor based out of New Jersey and New York City.  She earned her B.A. in English from Rutgers University and her MFA in Creative Writing from Long Island University, Brooklyn.  Her work has been featured in several literary journals and she has had a memoir published on Amazon.  Currently, she is working on a series of children's books as well as a new collection of poetry.  

Open for readings, 
conference presentations 
and publication opportunities


"Thoughts on Higher Education, Writing and Communication."


A description of a town that we all know. A town in New Jersey where the middle class 
grew up  and experienced the middle class life. 
A blue collar town with woods and places for us to hide. This is the memoir of a girl who grew up in Suburbia, only to move back years later when she had been trained to write about it, and the story of the people and places that made it home.

  • Come to hear Sarah read her Hurricane Sandy poems at a reading commemorating the second anniversary of the storm on 10/29 in Long Branch! Details to come.
  • Sarah has poems forthcoming in Shampoo Magazine Issue 41 and Hermeneutic Chaos Journal, as well as an anthology inspired by Hurricane Sandy.
  • Sarah's poem, "A MOSQUITO," was chosen as a semi-finalist for the Kind of a Hurricane Press Annual Poetry Award
  • Sarah's poem "The Lonely One in the Back," has been published in the Winter Issue of Broad! Magazine
  • Three of Sarah's poems have been published in the October issue of the Burningword Literary Journal
  • Sarah's article, "My Terminal Degree is Better than Yours: A Brief Examination of the Creative Writer as Contingent Faculty" has been published in CCCC Forum 17.1 Fall 2013

Being from New Jersey, Sarah is saddened by the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.  Read her Love Letter to the Jersey Shore here and please consider volunteering or donating to help.  You can visit the Sandy Relief Fund to help.  We are still rebuilding!