An Ohio native, Sarah "Wolfstar" Wolf moved to Boston in 2002 to earn an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College. In Summer 2019, she relocated back to the Cleveland area to complete an MSSA at Case Western Reserve while still pursing her love of the written word. She is forever finding ways to combine her Community Practice for Social Change concentration with word smithery.
With a publishing history that spans back to 1994, her work includes the novels Neverland, Ohio and A Somerville Love Story (a novel in two parts), the poetry volumes There are Phases to These Things and Poetry Collection #2, the short story collections Black Ohio Skies, Sobriety (And 49 Other Fine Stories) and Say You'll Love Me...And Other One Acts as well as works of nonfiction, The Breakup Year and Home Field Advantage. As a personal goal and dedication to her craft, she has written something unique every single day since January 1, 2011, aka 1/1/11.
To read about Sarah's macro-social work philosophy -- which emphasizes the Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) framework as well as Critical Social Theories, like Critical Race Theory (CRT), Feminist Theories, and Intersectionality -- click here.
To contact her, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As an artist, activist, social worker, and human, I support (by donation and outspoken alliance) Black Lives Matter, Planned Parenthood, NOW, the ACLU, the NAACP, the Human Rights Campaign, EMILY's List, League of Women Voters, Fair Fight, the Southern Poverty Law Center, The African-American Policy Forum, Stacey Abrams, Elizabeth Warren, and more.