About

Sarah is a writer, audiobook narrator and researcher from outer Melbourne, Australia. She is a PhD student in philosophy at Western Sydney University and is co-director, audiobook producer & narrator with Voices of Today, with 40+ titles narrated on Audible. 

Sarah has worked as a tutor, research assistant and online teaching support officer @ Stirling Theological College, and is now part of a funded collaborative research project through University of Divinity. She 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, in which capacity she has her best writing ideas.

Sarah has had work 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 learns by having a go at (almost) everything and making lots of mistakes.   

Academic

Professional bio @ University of Divinity

Select research & writing @ Academia.edu

Co-editor, reojournal.com 

Audio

Featured Voice @ Spoken Realms

Audiobooks @ Audible.com.au

Co-Director, Producer, Narrator @ Voices of Today

 

Member of: 

Writer's Victoria

Peninsula Writers Club

Small Press Network (Voices of Today)

& various philosophical societies. 

Located: Outer Melbourne, Australia. 

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