Sarah Stankorb is an Ohio-based writer and a fan of heart-felt truth telling. Her work has appeared in New York Times, The Washington Post, Vogue, Marie Claire, Longreads, Catapult, Slate, The Guardian, The Atlantic, CNNMoney, Fusion, GOOD Magazine, Salon, KIWI, Babble, Geez, The Morning News, Christian Science Monitor, Brain, Child Magazine, Proto, Truth Atlas, Whole Life Times, Mindful Metropolis, Underwired, Skirt, Bethesda Magazine, and Cincinnati Magazine, where she contributes regularly. She writes about religion, health, perseverance and innovation (defined by new ideas, not gizmos).
I also dig wacky.
So if you want to share the odd or surprising, I might want to write it.