Sarah Myles Spencer is a writer, singer, visual artist, and mother, whose work explores themes of grief, love, identity, and more as a Chronically Ill Afro-Indigenous Jewish Queer Femme. Born in New Jersey, raised from New York to California, she has worked, shared stages with, and curated shows for hundreds of artists, including Snoop Dog, E-40, Richard Smallwood, Sonya Renee Taylor, and the late Davy Jones, to name just a few. As an artist educator for over a decade and a half, Sarah has facilitated writing and performance workshops around the country at universities, primary schools, community centers, living rooms, and where ever else she's able. A multi-time Best of the Net Nominee, Cammies Best Vocalist Winner, and Pink Door Fellow, Sarah has two full length albums, multiple chapbooks, and numerous collaborations under her belt. Her work appears in lit mags such as WusGood.Black, Tap, Drunk in a Midnight Choir, Words Dance, Requiem, and more, 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 Louisville, where she's working on multiple forthcoming projects in various mediums.