Sarah Tomlinson is a writer. She lives in Los Angeles. She has more than a decade of experience as a journalist, music critic, writer, and editor. She has ghostwritten seven books, including two un-credited New York Times-bestsellers. She has extensive experience serving as a bridge between the creative minds and personalities of her clients and the rigorous attention-to-detail and deadline-oriented demands of the publishing world.
She has long turned her passion for music, literature and pop culture trends into cutting-edge coverage and cultural criticism. Her articles and music reviews have appeared in publications including The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Boston magazine, Salon.com, Spin.com, Billboard.com, Alternative Press, Swindle, Preen, Rockpile, The OC Weekly, The Willamette Week and The Huffington Post. She wrote a weekly local music column, "Notes," for The Boston Phoenix. She has written bios for bands on Virgin, Red Ink/Columbia, and MySpace Records and contributed to the electronic press kits for artists onWarner Bros Records.
After growing up in Maine, Sarah attended the early college Simon's Rock College of Bard and then earned a BA in Creative Writing at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. After four years spent writing and buying records in Portland, Oregon, she earned an MA in Journalism at NortheasternUniversity in Boston. She then stayed in Boston to launch her journalism career.
Sarah also writes novels, screenplays, TV pilots, personal essays, short stories and online dating profiles for her friends. She has read at Los Angeles literary happenings including Sit 'n Spin and Vermin on the Mount. Her favorite band is T. Rex. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.