I’m Sarah Muthler, a freelance writer and editor living in Austin, Texas. I write about health, parenthood, books, and general nonsense. I enjoy baking things with chocolate chips and traveling to mountainous places. My husband, Greg, is a computer geek with a photography problem, er, hobby. Yes, a photography hobby. We are the parents of three children. Eleanor is six. Genevieve was stillborn in July 2011, and we miss her terribly. Our rainbow baby, Henry, is one. We also have a dog named Abe who would love to meet you. You can reach me at sarah.muthler@gmail.com or @landofabe on Twitter.

Published work:

July 2015
Getting Back to Nature in Cape Cod
(Austin American-Statesman)

November 2014
Keeping a Pulse on Population Health
(Life & Letters magazine, University of Texas)

Glossy Photo Cards, Highlighting Grief
(The New York Times Motherlode blog)

September 2014
Talking to Children About Stillbirth

June 2014
Minding the Gap
(Brain, Child)

May 2014
Interview with Sean Hanish about “Return to Zero”

The Importance and Heartache of Watching “Return to Zero”

What Mother’s Day Feels Like After Stillbirth

December 2013
Soak in the laid-back spirit of California’s Coronado
(Austin American-Statesman)

October 2013
Managing Pregnancy After Stillbirth

July 2013
Secondary Infertility: I Have One Child. Why Can’t I Get Pregnant Again?
(The New York Times Motherlode blog)

May 2013
This Mother’s Day weekend, remember those who grieve the loss of a baby
(Austin American-Statesman)

February 2013
Breaking the Silence of Stillbirth
(The New York Times Motherlode blog)