Sara Stover is a storyteller with roots in the farms and forests of Upstate New York. She was given her first journal at 11-years old, which she filled with stories about the adventures she dreamed up. Today, Sara lives on Hawai’i Island, where she draws inspiration from the diversity of the island’s nature and culture, as well as from her own creative adventures. Channeling the power of the written word, she shines a light on unique stories about the dynamic people she meets and extraordinary places she discovers. A versatile editor and writer, Sara’s work has appeared in the pages of Ke Ola Magazine, Hawai'i Magazine, Honolulu Magazine, and Bicycle Retailer and Industry News, as well as on RunnerClick.com and many other online outlets. Sara is also a fellow in the 2023-2024 Vibrant Hawaii Art Fellowship and a NFHS-certified high school cross-country coach in North Kona, where she lives with her husband, cats, and wild chickens. She is currently working on her first book.