Sara Truuvert is a writer, freelance journalist, and teacher from Toronto. She holds an MLitt in Creative Writing from the University of St Andrews, a Graduate Certificate from the Humber School for Writers, and a BA in English, Drama, and the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Toronto. She is a recipient of a Writers’ Trust of Canada Scholarship, a shortlist candidate for a John H. McDonald Journalism Award, and the winner of the Poorest Sense of Direction Prize (self-awarded). As a freelance journalist, she interviews a diverse array of individuals, from scientists to children’s book authors. Although Sara’s basketball skills have deteriorated since high school, she still likes to shoot hoops in local playgrounds, where she is routinely outshone by children.
You can find out more about Sara on her website.
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