Explorations of Death in America
Funeral Advice in the RawAmerican Funeral Home RevolutionReal American Death Hero
Texas Funeral Director and Embalming License #114057
A Natural Undertaking ATX:Participated in an educational event in Austin, Texas for people interested in death doula work, home funerals and green burials.
Interview with Discipline Press (2017)What The Texas Fetal Remains Ruling Really Means and How You Can Take Action (Death and the Maiden, 2016)Death, Funerals, Funeral Etiquette (Help Wanted Podcast, 2015)Billy Connolly’s Big Send Off - Eloise Woods (BBC, 2014)Changing Our Relationship With Mortality (HuffPo Live, 2013)
Conservation BurialLeading program development for large-scale land burial conservation project.
What The Texas Fetal Remains Ruling Really Means and How You Can Take Action (Death and the Maiden, 2016)
At Rest in the Fields, The Texas Observer, Print + Online, 2015
Crossover Potential, Joyland, 2015For Sue, On Working With the Dead, Covered W/Fur, 2015 The Length of My Skin, Adult Mag, 2015
Work also appearing in: The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Toast, This Recording, The Order of the Good Death, and The Director.
Sarah Wambold is a writer and funeral director.
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Born in Iowa, educated in Milwaukee and currently based in Austin, TX.
Her work in death care and writing explores the fantasies of a death denial culture, deconstructing them through language and alternative funeral practices.
At Eloise Woods Community Natural Burial Park, she brought visibility to the practice of green burial in Texas, specifically its accessibility and affordability. Her current project, Conservation Burial, strives to expand those concepts on a national scale.
With the same outsider spirit, Sarah’s writing touches on topics not widely considered, such as embalming as fantasy, the challenges of funeral entrepreneurship and death activism. She is a member of the Order of the Good Death.