Sarah is a writer, researcher and audiobook producer from Naarm/Melbourne, Australia. She is:
A Research Officer with the Young and Resilient Research Centre (Western Sydney University), an innovative global-leader in collaborative research methodologies with young people.
A final year PhD scholarship student with Western Sydney University, writing on concepts of God and the self in Hegel (supervisors: Associate Prof. Paolo Diego Bubbio and Prof. Dennis Schmidt).
Co-Director of Voices of Today, an Australian audiobook production company. Sarah has narrated 50+ titles on Audible.
Sarah is also the author and tutor of 'Your Audiobook Advantage', a course offered by the Australian Writers Centre.
Sarah's writing has been published in The Age, The Conversation, Eureka Street, Sydney Review of Books, Journal of Continental Philosophy, Logos: Journal of the World Publishing Community and more. She was a researcher for the funded University of Divinity research project, "Openings for collaborative theology through classical Yolŋu and Warlpiri epistemologies" with Dr. Samuel Curkpatrick and Wanta Jampijinpa Pawu.
Sarah also has two published works of fiction: She, Tenacity and The Fault Lines Founding Liberty. She produces and hosts the podcast, "The Audiobook Reader's Review".
Sarah's life strategy is to have a go at (almost) everything, figuring that at least some things will work out … Her kids and her garden keep her grounded.
Australian Society of Writers
Peninsula Writers Club
Small Press Network (Voices of Today)
Located: Outer Melbourne, Australia.