Sari Fordham is a writer, professor, and an environmental activist. Her memoir, Wait for God to Notice, describes her childhood in Uganda during and after the dictatorship of Idi Amin. Sari’s work can be found in Chattahoochee Review, Passages North, Baltimore Review, Brevity, among others. She has been a writing coach at Collegeville Institute, including the 2007 session, Writing and the Pastoral Life: A Week with Eugene Peterson. Her current research grapples with climate change, and she has created a free newsletter for busy people who care about the environment.