Sarah Myles Spencer is a writer, singer, visual artist, and mother, whose work explores themes of grief, love, identity, and more as an Afro-Indigenous Jewish Chronically Ill Queer Femme. Born in New Jersey to an Afro Taíno Boricua mother and a Russian Polish Jewish father, 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, among others. 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, 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, 4 chapbooks, and numerous collaborations.. Her work has appeared in lit mags 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 projects in various mediums.