Sarah W. Bartlett has multiple poetry publications in Aurorean, LiteraryMama, Minerva Rising, and SheMom; and one prior online publication, “For Keeps,” on Halfway Down The Stairs. Her first chapbook of poems is Into the Great Blue (Finishing Line Press, 2010); and currently in-press with Orbis Books (release September 2013) is HEAR ME, SEE ME: Incarcerated Women Write, co-edited with Marybeth Christie Redmond. She authored a chapter in the critically acclaimed Women on Poetry: Writing, Revising, Publishing and Teaching (McFarland & Co., 2012); two in Contemporary American Women: Our Defining Passages, (All Things That Matter Press, 2009); and a personal essay in Ars Medica. She operates Women Writing for (a) Change–Vermont, a creative writing program for women writing for self-discovery and social change. Sarah is staving off empty-nesthood by writing about the five children she raised and what she has learned from tending gardens, cat, and dog with her co-bicycling husband. She blogs at sarah-w-bartlett.com and writinginsideVT.com.