Discover how to venture between the past and present onto your own path. Cheryl Crabb, a long-time journalist with a recent MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, explores the power of memories to shape stories and change lives.
Cheryl Crabb is a long-time journalist and emerging fiction writer. She’s worked for fifteen years in newspapers, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and The Hartford Courant, and been a guest columnist for the Detroit Free Press. She recently received her MFA in Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and is currently seeking representation for her novel, The Other Side of Sanctuary. A Wisconsin native, Cheryl lives with her husband and their three daughters in Northville. She also enjoys volunteering for 826michigan, which provides writing programs to school-age students.