Sarah's essays have been featured in: 

I’m Part of the ‘Sandwich Generation,’ But I Feel More Stretched Than Squeezed, Washington Post.

Are Hashtags Like #MeToo and #BelieveWomen Hurting or Helping Survivors, Glamour.

Running for Office Helped Me Find My Voice, DAME Magazine.

A Year Ago, I Joined the Women's March. Now I'm in OfficeThe Guardian.

Fabric of Community, Gone Threadbare: A Tour of Ohio's New Trump Country, Catapult.

I Made Up Xennial 3 Years Ago, So Why Is a Professor in Australia Getting All the Credit? Vogue.

Parenting in the Era of Big GunWashington Monthly.

Until We All Have Voices, Catapult.

Teaching My Daughter God Might Be a Girl, Washington Post.

Don't Call My Daughter Princess. Call Her Madam PresidentLongreads.

Generation Fix It, GOOD Magazine, (This issue won the 2017 National Magazine Award for Personal Service)

Ohio: An Atheist Finds (Some) Reason to Believe in Her Old ChurchReligion & Politics.

Americans Hear What Might Be Gunshots And We Run, Of Course We DoFusion.

The Parts of Myself Lost in Parenting, The Establishment

Please, Keep Your Prayers, PROTO.

Atheist Mom Teaches Kid How to Pray, and Other AdventureWashington Post.

”Glad to Be a Xennial”: Reasonable People Disagree about the Post-Gen X, Pre-Millennial GenerationGOOD.

My Postpartum Blues Don't Mean I've Failed at MotherhoodGOOD.

A Lesson in Genetics. Brain, Child. 

These Hands. Proto.

Why I Want to Be a French MomBabble. 

Kenneth in the Mornings. Bethesda Magazine.

Delhi Culture ShockWhole Life Times.

Cyberforgiveness. Geez Magazine.

Here’s Looking at You, Ma’am. Underwired Magazine.

Intensive CareThe Morning News.

Naked Before God, Something Changed. Geez Magazine.

When We Buried My Dog, I Found My FatherSalon.

Shared Loneliness. Mindful Metropolis.

Simpatico. Geez Magazine.

Fickle FortunesSkirt Magazine.

 

Photo: Natesh Ramasamy