A Boston native and current San Francisco resident/enthusiast, Sara Faith Alterman is the author of My 15 Minutes and Tears of a Class Clown, and contributing writer to Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure. Recently, her writing has been featured in Runner’s World, The Boston Globe, The Bold Italic, and The Huffington Post. She also performs in and co-produces the acclaimed stage show Mortified, which inspired the Sundance Channel show The Mortified Sessions. She wrote the book and lyrics for Spring Break: The Musical (formerly known as Girls Gone Musical), which premiered at San Francisco’s Eureka Theatre in September, 2012.
SFA has worked as a staff writer for The Boston Phoenix, a contributing writer for Stuff magazine, an on-air personality at WFNX radio, and the Head Writer at ImprovBoston. She sings in the a cappella group The Clef Divers and is obsessed with dumplings, ponies, clever cocktails, and her amazing rescue dog, Noodle.