Sarah Grey (she/her pronouns) is a writer and editor based in Fishtown. Her chapbook, Salvaging the Dormant, was published by The Head & The Hand Press in 2018. She primarily edits academic nonfiction. She received the 2016 Robinson Prize for Excellence in Copy Editing from the American Copy Editors Society and is an Advanced Professional Member of the UK's Society for Editors and Proofreaders. When she's not wordsmithing, she's usually knitting or cross-stitching; hanging out with her partner, daughter, and beagle; hosting the international dinner phenomenon Friday Night Meatballs; or waiting in the donut line at Beiler's. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
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Edward Snowden in conversation with Jeremy Scahill
The surveillance state then and now
The NSA whistleblower spoke at the Free Library via video from Moscow, touching on governance in the Trump era, the role of the media, elections, how espionage works, and more. Sarah Grey was there.
'October: The Story of the Russian Revolution' by China Miéville
As radical as reality itself
The 1917 Russian Revolution means many things to many people; to author China Miéville, it's a damn good story. Sarah Grey reviews.
'Word By Word: The Secret Life of Dictionaries' by Kory Stamper
She has words for you
Merriam-Webster "word nerd" Kory Stamper's first book is part memoir and part insider's view of how dictionaries are made. Sarah Grey reviews.
Janell Olah's installation at Philadelphia International Airport's Terminal A
Janell Olah’s art installation at Philadelphia Airport’s international terminal sends a message of hope and welcome to newcomers—and kids love it. Sarah Grey visits.