Sarah Kay Bierle

Former Managing Editor

Sarah Kay Bierle has a B.A. in History from Thomas Edison State University and is currently working in the American Battlefield Trust’s Education Department.

“History, research, and writing are my passion,” she says. “I desire to make history more understandable and accessible to Americans who stumble through school thinking history is a collection of random dates, places, and events. Through thought-provoking writing, I want people to reconsider the past and find lessons which may inspire them to live more courageously today.”

Much of Sarah’s research focuses on real people and their trials and successes of everyday life in challenging eras, with a primary focus on the Civil War. Her current studies include Confederate artillery officers, the Union II Corps, and civilian/military interactions. She has published several historical novels and a non-fiction book on the Battle of New Market for the Emerging Civil War Series.

Follow Sarah on Twitter @sarahkaybierle


Call Out The Cadets: The Battle of New Market, May 15, 1864. Emerging Civil War Series, Savas Beatie. (April 2019)

Lighthouse Loyalty. Gazette665 Publishing. (September 2017.)

With Gladness: A Christmas Story Collection. Gazette665 Publishing. (November 2016.)

Blue, Gray & Crimson: A Story of Civilian Courage at Gettysburg. Gazette665 Publishing. (July 2015.)