Sarah Butler is in her early thirties and lives in Manchester. She runs a consultancy which develops literature and arts projects that explore and question our relationship to place. She has been writer in residence on the Central Line, the Greenwich Peninsula, and at Great Ormond Street Hospital, and has taught creative writing for the British Council in Kuala Lumpur. Ten Things I've Learnt About Love is her first novel, and will be published in twelve languages around the world.
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by @SarahButler100 - yesterday
RT @CPPnetwork: "I am looking for scaffolding; the kind that can keep a person safe" @SarahButler100 writing for #MoreThan100Stories https:…
by @SarahButler100 - 7 days ago
New writing inspired by #RXElders debate earlier this month: https://t.co/gJmh9ThAf4 @andybarrytalk @rxtheatre
by @SarahButler100 - 11 days ago
RT @CPPnetwork: Five exercises to build #trust by @SarahButler100 @KENTBaton for #MoreThan100Stories https://t.co/PNNuVBlmMz https://t.co/L…
by @SarahButler100 - 15 days ago
RT @lauraewaddell: A great gesture from Haymarket Books - giving away free ebook of Rebecca Solnit's Hope in the Dark today. https://t.co/L…
by @SarahButler100 - 22 days ago
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