Sage Adderley is a thirty-two year old freelance writer, indie artist, and all around crafty mama. She resides in a small Georgia town with her husband, and three children. Sage is the National & Atlanta Tattoo Art Examiner, a source for Yahoo! Contributor Network, eHow contributor and a former contributor to PRICK Magazine. Her published work covers topics in green living, crafting and tattoo art.

Reading, writing, and creating art have been constant passions in Sage's life. Her fondest childhood memories consist of frequent visits to the library and experiencing adventures through the written word. Her high school years were spent in the art room and she continued her education in her early twenties taking multiple writing courses and receiving her Creative Writing Certificate from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA.

For the past six years, Sage has been self-publishing her work in zines and participating with others in compilation zines. 
Her writing has been published in PRINT Magazine and the paperback, Knitting For Good. Sage was also editor of the art and literary zine, Eye Candy, where she worked with some of the most creative people on the planet. Henry Rollins, Shannon Kringen, and Poppy Z. Brite are just a few of the writers and artists that Sage has had the opportunity to interview.

You can usually find Sage typing away on one of her vintage typewriters, overloading her brain with information from the internet, making memories with her kids, and playing Scrabble with her husband. She is currently working on a handful of writing projects and daydreaming about the Pacific Northwest.