Turn the Page

Here’s a feel-good story: After seven years as a fashion designer and merchandiser in NYC, Sara Goff decided to redirect her talents. She founded the global education charity Lift the Lid, Inc., in 2010. It supports underprivileged schools and encourages young people to write. While living in Manhattan, she taught at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen Writers Workshop and The National Arts Club. Now a Westporter, she’s published her first novel—I Always Cry at Weddings —about a little thing called love. (saragoff.com)