Sarah Sawler is a freelance writer and award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in such publications as Quill & Quire, Halifax Magazine, The Chronicle Herald and Atlantic Business Magazine. Throughout her journalism career, she's interviewed a broad range of people, from politicians and CEOs to actors and musicians.
Her first non-fiction book, 100 Things You Don't Know About Nova Scotia, was published by Nimbus Publishing in April 2016, and she's currently working on 100 Things You Don't Know About Atlantic Canada for Kids.
In 2014, she published her first short story with Fierce Ink Press, a creative non-fiction piece called Leaving for Good. In 2015 she was accepted into the prestigious Humber School for Writers for a postgraduate certificate program in creative writing, having previously earned a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Saint Vincent University.Publications
100 Things You Don't Know About Nova Scotia
Did you know the Halifax-Dartmouth ferry was operated by horses? Or that Babe Ruth used to visit Yarmouth for hunting and fishing trips? Enter Sarah Sawler: your guide to discovering 100 fascinating things you don't know about Nova Scotia.
Leaving for Good
A YA short story about making the best of a bad situation and allowing yourself to open up to the possibility of true friendship.
Silver Atlantic Journalism Award--2016
Category: Best Profile Article