Sarah Drummond is a writer, mentor, barista, landscaper, university tutor and fire spotter. She is the author of Salt Story: Of Sea-Dogs and Fisherwomen (Fremantle Press, 2013) and The Sound (Fremantle Press, 2016). She also writes short stories, essays and creative nonfiction. She has appeared at writers’ festivals across Australia and regularly runs historical fiction writing workshops. Her stories are based around the south coast of Western Australia where she lives and works.