Kerri Sandberg is a writer, professional gardener, and homesteader living in an 1805 farmhouse on the coast of Maine. Her essays have appeared in the New York Times, The Boston Globe, Catapult, Salon and xoJane.

She has recently completed a memoir called Goner that offers a fresh perspective on the thorny topic of modern romantic love. She's currently working on a multi-generational novel about mothers and daughters.