What Sara Is Up To ...
Lift the Lid, Inc.
has become a passion as of late; the simple idea of encouraging creativity in poor parts of the world has gone from dream to reality within a matter of months - click the banner above to see more!
Zone Director for ACFW Beyond the Borders group
Nov 2013, published Finding Purpose...Far Away From Home
on International Christian Fiction Writers Blog
May 2013, completed training for Victim Support in London to work with young adult victims of crime.
May 2012, completed Core training for Victim Support in London to work with men and women who are victims of crime.
The Gift (published on the blog Busy Women ~ Big Dreams)
is a personal essay about following your heart.
The Prince's Trust Invest in Futures Gala Dinner
Genesis Contest Semi-Finalist 2011 and 2012, see details at www.acfw.com/genesis
Author Paula Mowery interviews Sara Goff: Comfortable to Compelled
Sara's latest article on Crosswalk How Do You Let God Work in Your Life?
Smell of Burnt Vegetables
, a short story, is published on Christian Fiction Online Magazine.
How Does One Keep a Vow of Chastity?
, an article, is published on Crosswalk.com.
On Tuesday, October 28th, 2008, Sara read an excerpt from her manuscript LOVE ME at The National Arts Club. The reading was sponsored by the Literary Committee.
Location: 15 Gramercy Park South.
On Wednesday, May 14th, 2008, Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen Writers’ Workshop presented its annual reading. Sara, an instructor, read a piece about what the workshop meant to her. Location: 296 Ninth Avenue (at 28th Street).
On Friday, May 30th, 2008, The National Arts Club presented its annual Creative Writing Festival. Sara held a writing workshop at Marta Valle Secondary School and select students read their personal essays on a childhood memory. Location: 15 Gramercy Park South.
On Tuesday, June 24th, 2008, the Literary Committee at The National Arts Club presented a Mentor/Protégé Reading, featuring authors Ian Frazier, Susan Shapiro, Dana Jennings, and Liza Monroy. Sara, a member of the Literary Committee, hosted the reading. Location:
15 Gramercy Park South.
On Tuesday, February 5th, 2008, Sara gave a craft lecture on characterization for Professor Julia Chu’s creative writing class at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
On Thursday, Dec. 6th, 2007, Sara moderated a panel discussion of authors for the Creative Writing Enrichment Program at The National Arts Club. The panel included children’s writer Ann McGovern, journalist Barbara Etzel, finance writer Ronald Spurga, and playwright J.B. Edwards. For more info on the event and The National Arts Club go to:
Sara held a monthly workshop at her home in Manhattan.