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Sarah Sherman

Email: ssherman@metroland.net

Sarah Sherman

How This Author Is Different

by Sarah Sherman May 14, 2015


  When I ask what her first childhood memory is, she says, “Green shag carpet, bunny wallpaper. Brother singing me to sleep with a song about a land of candy. Beloved nanny with sweet laugh. Mom’s ...


The River Calls

by Sarah Sherman June 12, 2014


    In sight of the Rip Van Winkle Bridge, Dallas Trombley and Robert Ellis started to panic as their raft began to take on water. As they attempted to paddle to shore, they bottomed out on ...

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Making It in Mobile

by Sarah Sherman March 13, 2014

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  “It’s a good thing you have a girlfriend already. I’m screwed,” says Michael Tanski to his friend and business partner, Peter Allegretti, in the midst of a conversation on balancing their hectic work and social ...

The More the Merrier

by Sarah Sherman February 13, 2014

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  The game was simple: The man to perform oral sex underwater for the longest amount of time would win. What could go wrong? But one of the men popped up earlier than he should have. “He just ...

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Learning to Be

by Sarah Sherman October 9, 2013


  “When you go to heaven,” Sparrow says, “they won’t ask you how many books you’ve had published. And if they do, fuck heaven.” Born Michael Daniel Gorelick, Sparrow, as he is better known, is a published ...


The Medium Has the Message

by Sarah Sherman April 11, 2013


  “You’re a fixer,” psychic medium Katie Manning-Hilton says minutes into my private reading. I want to say “No,” and tell her I don’t fix anything. If I could, I’d fix myself. I feel disappointed, fearing I am ...


My Kitchen, Our Living Room

by Sarah Sherman January 10, 2013


More than 30 years ago, before Rosanna Bongiorno became one of Albany’s best-kept dining secrets, she was a mother of two focused on her job at a local newspaper and raising her family. She never ...