Sarah's work has been featured in:
Parenting in the Era of Big Gun, Washington Monthly, May 2017.
Until We All Have Voices, Catapult, April 2017.
Teaching My Daughter God Might Be a Girl, Washington Post, March 2017.
Don't Call My Daughter Princess. Call Her Madam President, Longreads, February 2017.
Generation Fix It, GOOD Magazine, Winter 2017 (This issue won the 2017 National Magazine Award for Personal Service)
Ohio: An Atheist Finds (Some) Reason to Believe in Her Old Church, Religion & Politics, January 2017
Americans Hear What Might Be Gunshots And We Run, Of Course We Do, Fusion, August 2016.
The Parts of Myself Lost in Parenting, The Establishment, May 2016.
Please, Keep Your Prayers, PROTO, February 2016.
Atheist Mom Teaches Kid How to Pray, and Other Adventures in God, Washington Post, May 2015.
Reasonable People Disagree about the Post-Gen X, Pre-Millennial Generation. GOOD, September 2014.
My Postpartum Blues Don't Mean I've Failed at Motherhood. GOOD,August 2014.
A Lesson in Genetics. Brain, Child. April 2014.
These Hands. Proto, February 2014.
Why I Want to Be a French Mom. Babble. February 2012.
Kenneth in the Mornings. Bethesda Magazine, January/February 2011.
Delhi Culture Shock. Whole Life Times, December 2010/January 2011.
Cyberforgiveness. Geez Magazine, Winter 2010.
Here’s Looking at You, Ma’am. Underwired Magazine, December 2010.
Intensive Care. The Morning News, October 2010.
Naked Before God, Something Changed. Geez Magazine. Fall 2010.
When We Buried My Dog, I Found My Father. Salon. September 2010.
Shared Loneliness. Mindful Metropolis, July 2010.
Simpatico. Geez Magazine, Summer 2010.
Fickle Fortunes. Skirt Magazine, March 2010.
Photo: Natesh Ramasamy