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Short Story Published in Tales of Two Cities

Sarah’s short story, The Butterfly Walk, was published in The Singapore Writers’ Group anthology, Tales of Two Cities.

Feature Article Published in The Sun Herald

The Missing Piece, Sarah’s story about open adoption was published on June 28, 2015 in The Sun Herald’s magazine, Sunday Life.

Interview with Honeycombers Singapore

Honeykids Singapore published their interview with Sarah on adoption in Asia, motherhood, writing, and blogging, on May 12, 2015.

Published on Mamamia.com.au

Sarah’s Opinion piece, about painting adoption in a positive light, was published on Mamamia.com.au on November 22, 2014.

Contributing Author to Rojak: Stories from the Singapore Writers’ Group

Sarah’s short story, Mangala, was published in The Singapore Writers’ Group anthology, Rojak, available on Amazon. Watch her interview about Rojak here.

Guest Reader at AP Writers’ 2014 Conference in Singapore

Sarah joined other guest authors to read her work at AP Writers’ 2014 Conference in Singapore. Scroll down the list of biographies to ‘Sarah Salmon’ to read hers.

Guest Blog for Rojak 

As a contributing author to Rojak: Stories from the Singapore Writers’ Group, Sarah posted an author blog on the book’s website.

Feature Article Published in The Sun Herald

The Race to Create a Family, Sarah’s story on infertility, adoption, and motherhood was published on May 11, 2014 in The Sun Herald’s magazine, Sunday Life.

Blogging for the Queensland Writers Centre 

Check out Sarah’s guest blog about the QWC / Hachette Manuscript Development Retreat on the QWC website.

QWC / Hachette Manuscript Development Retreat 2012

Sarah was selected with eight other participants to attend the QWC / Hachette Manuscript Development Retreat. Over five intensive days she worked on her manuscript with publishers from Hachette, guest author Bronwyn Parry, literary agent Sophie Hamley, and staff from the Queensland Writers Centre.

Sarah’s manuscript, The Chilli is Not the Whole Curry: One Woman, One Prophecy, and One Adoption, is a memoir about moving to India and overcoming the struggles of life in a developing country whilst also battling infertility. 

WritersDigest.com 2012 DEAR LUCKY AGENT CONTEST (upmarket fiction)  

Sarah was one of three winners for the ‘Dear Lucky Agent’ Contest for Upmarket Fiction, hosted by The Guide to Literary Agents Blog on Writersdigest.com . The prize was a critique from U.S. literary agent Lauren Ruth.

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