About the Author
Sarah Glazer is a contributing writer at CQ (Congressional Quarterly) Researcher, where she writes about topics ranging from immigration to treating mental illness.
Her articles on publishing and translation have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, and her articles on health and education have been published in The Washington Post and Glamour.
She has blogged about developing trends in publishing for the writers’ website SheWrites.com. She has also served as a staff writer at Editorial Research Reports, Congressional Quarterly’s precursor to CQ Researcher.
Glazer is coauthor of the book Good Courts: The Case for Problem-solving Justice (2005). She started her reporting career for United Press International in Charlotte, N.C.
Glazer also teaches courses in Feature Writing for Print and Digital Media at New York University, within the NYUSPS in the Center for Applied Liberal Arts.