For more than a decade, Sarah Angle has worked as a Texas-based writer. She began her career as a daily newspaper reporter and photographer, and then split her time and creativity between journalism and advertising copywriting. After getting her master’s degree from TCU, Sarah worked as a copywriter at Balcom Agency, Launch Agency, and later as an in-house creative writer at Mannatech, Inc. She’s done advertising copywriting and consulting work for brands such as: Frito-Lay, RadioShack, Dairy Queen, Honda, Sid Richardson Art Museum, Samsung, and Pizza Inn.
As a journalist, her work has been published in the Washington Post, Boys’ Life magazine, Texas Observer, Fort Worth Weekly, The Dallas Morning News, and 360 West magazine. In 2014, she won first place from the Association of Alternative Newsmedia for her feature story “From the Land of the Lost.” And in 2016 she was granted the media award from the National Association of Social Workers, North Central Texas Region, for her work in social justice.