Sage Cohen

Your guide in the life poetic

Hi, I’m Sage.

I’ve helped thousands of poets write, publish, and delight more in the life poetic.

As an author, coach, and instructor, I support you each step of the way in crafting and offering your best work.

Let’s discover what’s possible in your writing life—then make it happen, together.

Awaken your Life Poetic, in just 5 minutes, for free

My monthly Writing the Life Poetic newsletter helps poets tap into inspiration, hone your craft, and cultivate the life poetic.

Free Masterclass Training!

3 Secrets to Writing Your Poetry Book in 30 Days

A step-by-step program to quickly write, revise, and publish with confidence.

In this webinar, you will learn my proven method to:

  1. Find inspiration in your everyday life and generate poems quickly and easily.
  2. Discover powerful revision methods to make your poems publication ready.
  3. Create your poetry book, choose a publication path, and leave your legacy.

My online community for poets and writers

  • Live writing events & masterminds
  • Prompts & craft tips
  • Feedback on your work
  • Like-minded writers who are invested in your writing

Want to boost creativity, productivity, and accountability? Join the heart-centered poets and writers of WE WRITE. Together, we live an inspired and impactful creative life.

“Sage is a miracle. She is kind, generous, knowledgeable, patient, and a mentor to all of us. One of her many gifts is to help turn problems into opportunities. And with this comes renewed enthusiasm.”

Bruce Gunther

published poet

“WE WRITE is my go-to site to share daily support and creative energy with writers of all genres and in many stages of their writing careers. I am amazed by the members’ willingness to be vulnerable as they share their work and to be generous as they provide suggestions for submissions, educational opportunities, and inspirational ideas.”

Carolyn Martin

author of six poetry collections

“I’ve had plenty of formal training in creative writing, but what I really needed to persist in my art was community. WE WRITE gave me that community and I haven’t been this inspired or productive in a long time.”

Meredith Kirkwood

published poet