meet lucia's online editor
sarah anne childers
When she is not diving into frigid water, Sarah scribbles at her kitchen table, pedals about on a cerulean bicycle, and joins kids in mess-making and other adventures at a cooperative elementary school in Seattle.
Once upon a time, Sarah managed early college entrance programs at the University of Washington. There she studied learning and also feminisms as a PhD Candidate in Education Psychology. She continues to love school, especially recess and math games and that freshly sharpened pencil smell.
Equal parts wood sprite and urbanite, Sarah grew up where the mountains greet the sea on the Olympic Peninsula and now happily lives in the city with her family plus a fat cat in a box in the sky that faces west.
Sarah writes fiction and personal essays. Her work is forthcoming in The Drum Literary Magazine and has appeared in Six Hens, True Truth Serum Volume 1 from Truth Serum Press, Portland Review, and Lucia Journal Issue One: Inspiration among other publications. A story that begins in a kitchen very much like the kitchen in her childhood home was named a Finalist in the Glimmer Train Family Matters Contest 2015.
Have inspired musings to share on luciajournal.com? Be sure to read our submission guidelines. You can message Sarah directly at email@example.com.