Sarah Ziman is a young crone whose children can’t quite disbelieve her claim to read their minds. Fond of cats, crisps, folklore, and sarcasm. Part dryad. She writes mostly children’s poetry these days. Most recently published in Winter edition of The Caterpillar magazine, her work for adults has appeared in Black Bough, the Poetry Pea Podcast and now-defunct print journal Roundyhouse. She has held long-held interest in folklore and witchcraft and her favorite book as a child was the Readers’ Digest book of myths and legends! She tweets at @Sarahziman.