Sara Cahill Marron, native Virginian and Long Island resident, is the author of Reasons for the Long Tu’m (Broadstone Books, 2018), Nothing You Build Here, Belongs Here (Kelsay Books 2021), and Call Me Spes (MadHat Press 2022). She earned her master's degree from St. John's University in 2016 and her juris doctorate from The George Washington University Law School in 2021. She is is a member of the DC Bar. 

She is the Associate Editor of Beltway Poetry Quarterly, publisher at Beltway Editions, and owner at Egret Editorial.

Her work has been published widely in literary magazines and journals; a full list is available here.  

Sara also teaches poetry in modern discourse programs for teens at the public library in Patchogue, NY

She is periodically available for editing projects and specializes in creative fiction and poetry. Please reach out here to start a conversation or via Egret Editorial's scheduling page.