I’m Sarah Baram, a relentless story creator since the second grade. I’ve dabbled in all sorts of writing ranging from tedious poetry to free flowing prose. My writing style seems to know no bounds and for the last year, I have been attempting to concoct something of a novel. This process has left me feeling fearful, hopeful and imaginative; all at once, might I add.
To get more technical, I grew up in the foothills of the largest small town in Connecticut and reluctantly graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a degree in writing and political science. I have done all the things you would expect of a small town college girl such as submit to a minimally funded literary magazine and read a sex driven poem to a crowd of angsty twenty-somethings. Neither experience was wholly fulfilling but I’ve heard both are a sort of rite of passage.
When I am not writing, I can be found soulfully practicing my downward facing dog or at the closest Starbucks, debating whether or not the soy milk is really worth the extra sixty-cents. I might also be found at home, harassing the likes of one of my two cats who I am sure you will become happily acquainted with.
Until then, whenever and whatever then is, I invite you to bookmark this page and join me every so often for the sort of light ramblings writers often do.