is a science writer, essayist and poet. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, Psychology Today, Slate, Salon, New Scientist, Christian Science Monitor, Agni, Cimarron, Cider Press Review, Crab Orchard Review, Drunken Boat, The Missouri Review, New Orleans Review, Plume, Southern Review and elsewhere. Her first book of poetry, Field Work, won the Cider Press Review Editor's Prize and was published in August 2015. Her chapbook, Hive Bone, was published in 2013. She was an MFA Hoyns Fellow at the University of Virginia, and has a master’s in religion and culture from Harvard. Sarah has taught poetry and composition at UVA, Young Writers and James Madison University. She also passed the Foreign Service exam, worked at Monticello and the Miller Center of Public Affairs. She has received grants and funding from Bread Loaf, UVA and the National Science Foundation. She lives in Utah with her family.