Sadie has been Columnist of the Year for both the Society of Editors and EDF Media Awards’. She was commissioned to write a piece on suicide and grief for The Lancet, and was a core contributor and collective member for alternative women’s magazine Standard Issue, set up by Sarah Millican. Sadie wrote weekly for The Echo and The Gazette for six years, monthly for Essex Life, has written for Total Production Magazine and Trawler, and recently contributed to the book SALT.
The subjects of depression, suicide, and grief are particularly, unfortunately, close to her heart. There’s lots of stuff on those themes here.
“Lovely” – Matt Haig
“Amazing…Sadie Hasler is a fabulous writer.” – Fleet Street Fox
“Beautiful” – Stephanie Merritt
“Excellent…a perspective that mental health journals don’t cover enough. It is an honour to print this.” – Editor, The Lancet
“Wonderful” – Sarah Millican
“I can’t begin to explain how brilliant Sadie Hasler is. Her journalism and fictional writing is utterly exceptional. Breathtaking.” – Phill Jupitus
“Voice of a generation” – Deborah Frances-White of The Guilty Feminist