Part of what makes freelance writers' jobs easier is knowing we can reach out to sources for articles. It's a reciprocal thing. Here are a few of the articles I've been interviewed for.
If you would like to interview me, please reach out.
In 2016, I started writing about cannabis, because consuming it changed my life. I live with chronic pain, migraines and anxiety. Consuming cannabis has helped in ways I could never have imagined.
Here's a piece I was interviewed for by Danielle Simone Brand LeMond for Newsreview.
Sarah's Tips for Preparedness: Minimizing the Impact of a Natural Disaster
In May 2018 I published Sarah's Tips for Preparedness: Minimizing the Impact of a Natural Disaster, based on my husband's and my experience preparing for a natural disaster, such as Hurricane Maria. JPMorgan interviewed me for an article about How to Keep Your Business Afloat After a Disaster.
Farming and Agriculture
In 2008, my husband and I left the corporate world (culminating with Big Pharma company Amgen in Southern California) and moved to Puerto Rico to buy a farm. We've had mostly ups, but when the downs come, oh do they come big!
The York Dispatch interviewed my husband and me about the farm we spent years cultivating that was destroyed in just a few hours to Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico transplants: Farming a new sense of identity after Maria
In June 2020, my husband and I were interviewed for Suit & Artist about agriculture, in particular in this pandemic.
In August 2022, I was interviewed for Endocrin Web about my experience having half my thyroid removed.
Press for Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide, co-authored by Bryony Sutherland.
Interview with Edie Weinstein, talk show host with Vivid Life.
Book review in Huffington Post
Interview with Alex Barnett: stand-up comic and host of the Multiracial Family Man weekly podcast.
Bellesprit did a cover story on me
My co-author for Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide, Bryony Sutherland, and I were part of a panel on Mixed Race Identity and Gender Politics at the Mixed Remixed festival in 2016.
What's in a Personality?
Truity dot com: An ENFP Escapes the Cubicle for an Organic Farm (And—Sort of By Accident—the Writing Career She’s Always Dreamed Of)