Sarah is a writer, audiobook narrator and researcher from outer Melbourne, Australia. She is a PhD scholarship student in philosophy at Western Sydney University and is co-director, audiobook producer & narrator with Voices of Today, with 50+ titles narrated on Audible.
Sarah has worked as a university tutor, research assistant and online teaching support officer, and as a researcher in a funded collaborative research project titled, "Openings for collaborative theology through classical Yolŋu and Warlpiri epistemologies" with Dr. Samuel Curkpatrick, Prof. Aaron Corn, Prof. Wanta Jampijinpa Pawu and Daniel Wilfred. Sarah has had several years experience on the board of a not-for-profit organisation, is currently on the editorial collective of the Journal of Continental Philosophy and works part-time as a gardener, where she has her best writing ideas.
Sarah has been published in Sydney Review of Books, Journal of Continental Philosophy, Logos: Journal of the World Publishing Community, International Journal of Intercultural Studies (forthcoming) and Colloquium (ANZATS), as well as having published two works of fiction: She, Tenacity and The Fault Lines Founding Liberty. She also produces and hosts the podcast, "The Audiobook Reader's Review".
Sarah learns by having a go at (almost) anything and making lots of mistakes.
Professional bio @ University of Divinity
Select research & writing @ Academia.edu
Featured Voice @ Spoken Realms
Co-Director, Producer, Narrator @ Voices of Today
Peninsula Writers Club
Small Press Network (Voices of Today)
& various philosophical societies.
Located: Outer Melbourne, Australia.