Sarah divides her working time between serving as the in-house editor for Absolute Love Publishing; writing for Migraine.com, HealthyPlace.com, and AtopicDermatitis.net; and working as a freelance journalist, editor, and writing coach.

 

While most known for her work as a patient advocate spreading awareness of life with chronic migraine (Feedspot lists her migraine blog, The Migraine Chronicles, as one of the "Top 50 Migraine Blogs" on the planet), Sarah also is a WEGO Health Expert, a poet, and the Austin-area chapter leader for the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

Her books—"Preparing to Fly: Financial Freedom from Domestic Abuse," "The Things We Lose," and "Finding Happiness with Migraines: A Do It Yourself Guide"—are available for purchase at independent bookstores and on Amazon.com, BN.com, and www.absolutelovepublishing.com. 

Sarah's work has appeared in print and online:
 
  • I Am Subject Stories: Women Awakening Anthology
  • Creative Nonfiction;
  • YARN;
  • Rawboned;
  • Migraine.com;
  • Where Writers Win;
  • Women Writers, Women Books;
  • WhysLearning.com;
  • Hothouse Magazine;
  • Code Blue Politics; 
  • Under The Bridges of America: Homeless Poetry Anthology;
  • OpposingViews.com;
  • The Comic Bible;
  • Crucible;
  • On The Issues Magazine;
  • Texas Family; 
  • Austin Younger Poets Award Anthology; and
  • the Amazon women's studies bestseller Women Will Save the World.
 
Her award-winning poetry also was featured in an Umlauf Sculpture Garden exhibit. 

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Professional ​
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Publications
 
Specialties

Migraine

Mental Health

Chronic Illnes

Domestic Violence

Reproductive Health

Neuropsychology

Behavioral Change

Finance

Law

Politics

Parenting

Creative Nonfiction

Poetry

Business of Writing

Editing and Revision

Creativity

Memberships
Appearances
Sarah's work has appeared in print and online:
 
  • I Am Subject Stories: Women Awakening Anthology
  • Creative Nonfiction;
  • YARN;
  • Rawboned;
  • Migraine.com;
  • Where Writers Win;
  • Women Writers, Women Books;
  • WhysLearning.com;
  • Hothouse Magazine;
  • Code Blue Politics; 
  • Under The Bridges of America: Homeless Poetry Anthology;
  • OpposingViews.com;
  • The Comic Bible;
  • Crucible;
  • On The Issues Magazine;
  • Texas Family; 
  • Austin Younger Poets Award Anthology; and
  • the Amazon women's studies bestseller Women Will Save the World.
 
Her award-winning poetry also was featured in an Umlauf Sculpture Garden exhibit. 
  • Malvern Books, Austin, Texas
  • Spiderhouse Ballroom, Austin, Texas
  • BookWoman, Austin, Texas
  • Puro Slam, San Antonio, Texas
  • Austin Poetry Slam, Austin, Texas
  • Seattle Poetry Slam, Seattle, Washington
  • Love, Liberty & Lip Gloss 
  • Dr. Jeanette Wellness Radio
  • Inspire Me Today
 
Sarah also makes appearances on request. To discuss readings, interviews, or engagements, please visit the contact page.

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