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Sarah Lipton-Sidibeh

Sarah Lipton BA Honours, LLCM, FRSA, was born in London, England. She has written short stories, poetry, a play, a children's book, film scripts, song lyrics and educational textbooks.

Sarah has written three volumes of short stories: A Journey Into Fear And Fantasy, Psychological Tales and Crossing Time. In the 1980s, Sarah's short stories, 'The Reincarnation' and 'The Ordeal' were broadcast on LBC Radio's 'Through The Night' programme. Sarah read a selection of her short stories and poetry on Resonance FM in September 2010 and on Omega Radio in March 2011. Sarah's short stories, 'The Sanctuary' and 'Femme Fatale' were published in the online magazine Blood Moon Rising in January and April 2012.

Sarah has written three volumes of poetry: The First Collection, Poems: Social, Satirical And Political and The Seasons, Nature And The Environment. Her poetry has been published in numerous anthologies. In the 1990s, Sarah received an award from The Poetry Society in England for some of her poetry. Also, she received commended and honours certificates for some of her poems at The Richmond Music Festival, England. Sarah's poem, 'Stagnation' was short listed in The National Anthology Poetry Competition in 2005. Her poem, 'Wishful Thinking,' was printed in 'The Poems In The Waiting Room' pamphlet in 2010. These pamphlets are distributed to hundreds of doctors' surgeries in Britain. Sarah was The Featured Poet in Bareback Lit Magazine in October 2012.

Sarah has written a play entitled, Revenge, a children's book called The Spell, film scripts and song lyrics. She was awarded a commended certificate for her song, 'I Wish,' from The United Kingdom Song writing Competition in 2016. Sarah has written two educational textbooks, Beloved: A Critical Study and Understanding Lord Of The Flies. She is completing her first novel, 14 Bensham Grove.

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