My Interview With Sage Cohen
- The most important part about writing is that you do it for yourself.
- The transformation happens after you get the words on the page.
- Poetry can be powerful medicine.
- It’s never too late to do what you love and it's never too late to start writing!
Sage Cohen is an entrepreneur, author, and guide dedicated to helping you write well, live well, and make your greatest impact. She is the author of the nonfiction books Fierce on the Page, The Productive Writer, and Writing the Life Poetic, all from Writer’s Digest Books and the poetry collection Like the Heart, the World from Queen of Wands Press. Sage's prizewinning poems, essays, fiction, and how-to articles have appeared in a wide range of publications, including: Rattle; Hip Mama; The Night, and the Rain, and the River; The Truth of Memoir; Cup of Comfort for Writers, and Writer’s Digest magazine. She has been sought out as a literary instructor, writing coach, presenter, performer, and judge.
A graduate of Brown University and the Creative Writing Program at New York University where she was awarded a full fellowship, Sage believes the real learning laboratory is life.
She offers strategies and support for writers at pathofpossibility.com and for divorcing parents at radicaldivorce.com.