Sarah Lonelodge

Sarah Lonelodge is a part-time English professor and a full-time wife, mother, and writer. She received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Humanities and a Master of Arts with honors in English Composition and Rhetoric from the University of Central Oklahoma. Recently, she has segued into creative writing and poetry, though teaching remains a true and unending passion. Originally from the very small town of Bristow, Oklahoma, she currently resides in Shawnee, Oklahoma with her husband, son, and nephews. She enjoys reading, watching football, cooking, and (usually) beating her husband at Scrabble, in addition to reading and writing. Her first novel To the Everlasting was recently published, and she is currently working on the next. She may be contacted via Twitter (@sarahlonelodge) and Facebook  (www.facebook.com/authorsarahlonelodge).

Sarah’s personal essay, “The Concept of Failure in the Writing Classroom,” appears in albeit 1.2: Failure.