Sarah Sahagian is currently a PhD candidate in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies at York University, where she is writing her dissertation on the mothering of inter-ethnic children. She holds an undergraduate degree from Queen’s University and a master’s in Gender Studies from the London School of Economics. Her writing has appeared in such publications as Chasing Rainbows, an anthology about gender fluid parenting, The Huffington Post, the culture section of Comments Enabled, the satirical newspaper The Beaverton and the Journal of the Motherhood Initiative. Sarah is also the co-editor of the Demeter Press book Mother of Invention: How Our Mothers Influenced Us as Feminist Academics and Activists.
When she’s not writing her dissertation or pretending to write her dissertation while actually watching Netfix, Sarah enjoys reading novels about young women who journey to their ancestral homelands, consuming premium cable, and collecting teacups. She lives in Toronto.