Writing Cred

I just finished writing a novel about a Berkeley, CA teen who is being sex-trafficked. 

My previous novel is about a New Yorker who starts remembering her past life 4,000 years ago in Ancient Israel.

In 2016 I was awarded the Israeli Ministry of Culture's "Exceptional Artist" Grant.
Nominated for two Pushcarts
Nominated for the G.E. Younger Writers Award
Merit Fellowship to Summer Literary Semester in Montreal
BSW’s Editor’s Choice Award
Merit Fellowship to Columbia University, School of the Arts, Graduate Writing Division
Short Story included in O. Henry Festival Stories
First Prize in Fiction, New Voice Award, The Writer’s Voice

A Bolt from the Blue will be published in the Beloit Fiction Review, Spring 2017
In the Park, O. Henry Festival Stories (Trans Verse Press)

California Quarterly
Manhattan Poetry Review
Milvia Street
Two poems in GHOSTS OF THE HOLOCAUST: An Anthology of Poetry by the Second Generation (Wayne State University Press)
Two poems in BLOOD TO REMEMBER: American Poets on the Holocaust (Time Being Books)
Three poems in TOUCHING: Poems of Love, Longing, and Desire (Fearless Books)
Three poems in THE LIGHT IN ORDINARY THINGS (Fearless Books)

Science Fiction and Fantasy
BSW webzine (BSW’s Editor’s Choice Award)

San Francisco Chronicle
Berkeley Daily Planet (read sample)
I've written many reviews while judging in the Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry and Children's Literature categories of the Northern California Book Award

I've blogged for several papers including Times of Israel (http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/new-entry-in-the-hypocrisy-olympics/)
I often now just post on Facebook, where I have a great following https://www.facebook.com/SariFriedmanMFA
and find me on Twitter @SariWrites

Writing for Hire
A Guide to the Drinking Water in Your Home
A Guide to the Asbestos in Your Home
A Guide to Radon in Your Home
A Guide to Toxic Metals in House Paint
A Guide to Formaldehyde in Your Home
Return of Conan the Barbarian -- Original Screenplay
The Art of Love -- Original Screenplay