Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams has been a writer all her professional life. She has published educational textbooks and non-fiction children's books, as well editing major literary texts such as Conan Doyle's short stories and Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn. She has also published a number of translations from the French of books on history or the history of ideas. All these were written under the pen name of Sarah Matthews.

In recent years she has become more and more passionate about crime fiction, both writing it herself and encouraging others in their writing. She edits the popular online digital magazine Crime Fiction Fix, and published How to Write Crime Fiction (Little, Brown) in 2015. Her first crime novel, Small Deaths, was published in 2017, under the name S.W. Williams.

(Headshot by Andrew Ogilvy Portraits)