Sarah is the Books Editor for New Zealand arts journal The Pantograph Punch. She has also written for The NZ Listener, Landfall, Booksellers NZ, New Zealand Books Quarterly, and Lumière Reader, among others.
‘Bethel, Baker,’ an essay about two queer women poets on The Pantograph Punch.
‘Paul Beatty’s Love-Hate Relationship with Writing‘ in The Listener.
‘The Wish Child: An interview with Catherine Chidgey’ in The Listener.
‘Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Conversation with Jessa Crispin,’ on The Pantograph Punch.
‘How We Are: A Conversation with Steph Burt,’ on The Pantograph Punch.
‘Flying Dreams: A Conversation with Emma Neale,’ on The Pantograph Punch.
A New Pair of Bike Pants: A Conversation with Ashleigh Young,’ on The Pantograph Punch.
‘Antihero of Her Own Life: A conversation with Chris Kraus‘ on The Pantograph Punch
‘Some Things to Place in a Coffin by Bill Manhire’ reviewed in The Listener
‘A Good Pyromaniac Never Blames the Kindling,’ a review of two collections on Landfall Review Online.
‘Hera Lindsay Bird by Hera Lindsay Bird,’ reviewed on The Pantograph Punch.
‘A Touch of Darkness,’ a review of four collections in NZ Books Quarterly.
‘Shigeru Ban: Cardboard Cathedral,’ reviewed on Booksellers NZ.