Sara Graefe is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and story editor based in Vancouver, Canada. Her prose fiction and non-fiction have appeared in a range of anthologies and magazines, including Lady Driven, With A Rough Tongue, Hot and Bothered 4, CanPlay, Family Groundwork, and Literary Mama. As former writer/editor/publisher for the Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents (SNAP), she authored the best-selling special needs parenting book, Living with FASD: A Guide for Parents and edited the Adoption Piece by Piece trilogy (Groundwork Press). In 2007, she became a proud queer mom and now writes first-hand about her own experiences as a parent. In addition to juggling writing and motherhood, Sara also teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of British Columbia.
Gay Girls Make Great Moms
GGMGM is a blog about the everyday joys and challenges of being a parent, through the distinct lens of being a queer mom in a predominantly straight world. The name was shamelessly lifted from a slogan on a hot pink Housewives on Prozac T-shirt Sara was given at a reading of her work at the Mamapalooza Festival in NYC, May 2010.