Saga is a freelance journalist and editor with a background in science communications and the literary arts. She has worked in publishing and for small indie presses in San Francisco and Portland, managed content for digital publications in Sydney and Berlin, designed copy for education start-ups in Boston and Silicon Valley, contributed freelance reporting to The Houston Chronicle and The Huffington Post, and edited research papers for Cambridge-published academics. Her areas of expertise are education, psychology, creativity, mental health, psychedelic science, fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction.
Articles by Saga
How does culture influence language acquisition? An expert exploration
25 beautiful words for emotions that don’t exist in English
Does the learning styles theory apply to language learning?
How long does it take to learn a language? What the research says