Sarah began her career as a journalist in London, working as both a full-time staffer and a freelancer. Her writing appeared in Grazia, Marie Claire, New Statesman, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, and The Times Magazine, among others.
These days, she writes essays about identity, culture, wellbeing, and travel for a variety of literary publications, as well as on Medium. She also writes short fiction.
In September 2021, Sarah launched being, a free monthly zine encouraging slow living. It was distributed in independent businesses around Hong Kong and, when she relocated, Edinburgh. Now, (for the planet's sake) being is published solely online.
For reference, a brief list of Sarah's recent work can be found below:
The Foundations of a Loaded Question — Valley Voices, Issue 22 (nominated for the Pushcart Prize)
Last But First — ZORA
How To Be This — The Good Journal, Issue 3
In Mongolia: The Case for Doing Nothing — The Culture-ist
Lunar New Year — Human Parts
Cherry — Pigeon Review (second place in Flash Fiction Competition 2022)
A Season of Somethings — Empyrean Literary Magazine (formerly Solstice), Issue 4