|Notable works||Grange House|
Sarah Blake is an American writer based in Washington D.C. Her debut novel Grange House, set in Victorian era Maine, was published in 2001. Her second, The Postmistress, a story set in Second World War Massachusetts and London, was published in 2010.
Blake taught school and college-level English in Colorado and New York for several years and has taught fiction workshops at institutions including the University of Maryland and George Washington University. The Postmistress received a favourable review from The New York Times, which compared it to Kathryn Stockett's The Help.
She is married to poet Joshua Weiner.
- Grange House (2001) Picador ISBN 0312280041
- The Postmistress (2010) Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam ISBN 0399156194
- The Guest Book (2019) Flatiron Books ISBN 9781250110251
- Maslin, Janet (9 February 2010). "Delivering Bad News and Bearing It". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved 3 June 2012.
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