Cassandra O’Sullivan Sachar is an associate English professor and former high school teacher who really wants to be a writer when she grows up. Sick of getting her fiction rejected, she started writing research studies and practitioner pieces (for which there is a much higher rate of successful publication). Due to the unsexiness of literature reviews, though, she is dusting off her prose skills and trying to rediscover her creative voice. Her literary work has appeared or is forthcoming in Adelaide Literary Magazine, The Dillydoun Review, The Dribble Drabble Review, and Merlyn’s Pen. While she’s not yet a little old lady herself, she’s middle-aged (sigh) and extremely short, according to her students who apparently have no filter and notice such things despite her love for wedge heels.