Sarah Myles Spencer is a mother, singer, and writer whose poems are rooted in self, exploring themes of grief, love, and identity as a chronically ill, Afro-Latina/Caribbean/Indigenous/Jew-Rican Femme. Born in New Jersey and raised from New York to California. She has lived in a dozen different states as well as Puerto Rico. Sarah has worked with a variety of artists, including Snoop Dog, E-40, and (the late) Davy Jones. She has worked for over a decade and a half as an artist educator, facilitating writing and performance workshops around the country at primary schools, universities, community centers, mental health facilities, and more. A multi-time Best of the Net Nominee, Cammies Best Vocalist Winner, and Pink Door Fellow, Sarah has two full length music albums, a poetry album, and numerous chapbooks and collaborations under her belt. Her work appears in lit mags such as WusGood.Black, Tap, Drunk in a Midnight Choir, Words Dance, Requiem, and others, as well as the anthologies, Drunk in a Midnight Choir: Welcome to the New Hallelujah, and A La Palabra: The Word is a Woman: Mothers & Daughters. She currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband and three kids, where she's probably watching a lot of Netflix, eating a lot of snacks, laughing and crying like a professional, and working on multiple forthcoming projects.