Sara Graefe is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. As former publications coordinator for BC's Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents, she authored the bestselling 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 began chronicling her experiences on her blog, Gay Girls Make Great Moms (queermommy.wordpress.com). Her creative non-fiction has appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including LITERARY MAMA, WALK MYSELF HOME, BOOBS: WOMEN EXPLORE WHAT IT MEANS TO HAVE BREASTS, TELLING TRUTHS: STORYING MOTHERHOOD, MOTHERS AND SONS, and A FAMILY BY ANY OTHER NAME: EXPLORING QUEER RELATIONSHIPS (finalist for a 2015 Lambda Literary Award). She lives in Vancouver with her wife and school-aged son and is on faculty in the Creative Writing Program at the University of British Columbia.