Synopses & Reviews
You have everything you need—and you are everything you need—to do the writing you are meant to do. And yet the path to success can be difficult to find and follow. Veteran author and writing guide Sage Cohen believes that ferocity is your best compass for finding your true way forward. She shows you how to transform your attitude and practices so you can:
Unleash your creativity
Cultivate your strengths
Overcome resistance, fear, and other obstacles
Define success on your own terms
Move intentionally toward your goals
Become unstoppable in your evolution
In this collection of contemplative and inspiring essays, you’ll unlock the secrets to crafting your best writing and your best life.
"The feeling I get from Fierce on the Page is having coffee with a brilliant writer who has so much wisdom to share. It such a luscious conversation! And, Sage is inspiring me to become more fierce!" Carolyn Martin, author of The Way a Woman Knows
"This book has made me re-evaluate so much about my life, my attitude, my relationships, the way I parent, and so much more. Sage has a phenomenal perspective and is a master at relaying what goes on in her head to others, shining a light on what has been hiding in plain sight." Michelle Ehrhard, Editor and Proofreader
About the Author
Sage Cohen is the author of Fierce on the Page, The Productive Writer, and Writing the Life Poetic, all from Writer’s Digest Books, and the poetry collection Like the Heart, the World from Queen of Wands Press.
Sage’s prizewinning poems, essays, fiction, and how-to articles have appeared in a wide range of publications including Rattle, Hip Mama; The Night, and the Rain, and the River; The Truth of Memoir; Cup of Comfort for Writers, and Writer’s Digest magazine. She has been sought out as a literary instructor, writing coach, presenter, performer, and judge.
As founder of Sage Communications, Sage has been crafting the strategies and writing the words that accelerate business for companies such as Blue Shield, American Express, and McKesson since 1997. She is a graduate of Brown University and the Creative Writing Program at New York University where she was awarded a full fellowship.
Sage lives in Portland, Oregon with her young son and a menagerie of animals.