Sarah is a journalist, currently based in London as deputy editor of easyJet Traveller magazine. Apart from writing on travel, history, food and hobbies (see portfolio), she’s also the author of a book on the Edwardian country house, published October 2011. She was runner-up in the Italian Tourist Board Travel Writing Awards 2012 for a piece on the Italian village of Calcata, runner-up in the German National Tourist Office Travel Writing Awards 2013 for a piece on the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale Route and runner-up AITO travel blogger of the year 2013.
In her spare time, she is publications manager and trustee of HASTE, a charity that raises money to build schools in Africa, and co-founder of WIMPL (Women in Media and Publishing London). She is a member of Travelwriters UK, and is a regular Guest Editor for Travel Writing Workshops. She is available for freelance commissions and to speak on travel writing, pitching to editors and consumer publishing.
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter @sarahwarwick