Sarah M. Allen is a published poet and feels as though she has been preparing for the publication of her first full-length novel, Revenant, for an ice age or two.
Born in what used to be Cleveland, she has lived in various places around England before returning to her roots and settling in North Yorkshire with her husband. When not tapping away at her keyboard or glued to a book, she spends time with her horses, writes her own songs and plays guitar to her dogs and cats.
“Shadow” published in Calypso Essex (Young Writers) 1997, Poetry Now.
“Hoofbeats” and “You’re not disabled!” published in Behind the Mask, 2007, fundraising poetry booklet for the HMSA, collated by Susan Newson.
“Thankyou” published in Hope Unbroken, 2008, fundraising poetry booklet for the HMSA, collated by Susan Newson.
“Hoofbeats” and “You’re not disabled!” re-printed in Joint Hypermobility Handbook by Dr. Brad Tinkle, 2010, Left Paw Press.