About Sarah Khan
Sarah Khan is a writer. This means she is not a woman of few words. Consider yourself warned.
Sarah Khan is a freelance writer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Previously, Sarah Khan was an editor at Travel + Leisure and Gotham magazines in New York City, and her writing has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, CNN.com, The Huffington Post, Vogue India, The Christian Science Monitor, qz.com, Gotham, Hamptons, Los Angeles Confidential, The New York Press, Fresh Yarn, The Metro, DailyCandy, Gala Weddings, Michigan Avenue, Shaadi Style, and many other titles.
Sarah Khan was born in Canada, then spent three decades wandering around the globe, fancying herself to be a modern-day nomad. After stints in Toronto, Saudi Arabia, India, Syracuse, Boston, and New York, and visits to 30 countries along the way, she traveled to South Africa on a whim, and fell in love with Cape Town… and a Capetonian. One year later, Sarah Khan has ditched New York in favor of the Southern Hemisphere (where she is also now known as Sarah Tayob).
Sarah Khan has a master’s degree in journalism from Syracuse University — which bears the distinction of being the coldest place known to mankind (or, at the very least, the coldest place known to Sarah Khan) — and a B.A. in English and communications from Boston College.
Sarah Khan enjoys French fries dipped in mayonnaise, collecting disco balls, Bollywood culture, typing with two fingers, beef in all its many-splendored forms, correcting other people’s grammar, fighting for curly-haired rights, hyperbole, and nodding off to sleep at inappropriate locales and times. But above all, Sarah Khan likes to talk about herself in the third person.
If you have any questions, comments, concerns, love letters, tirades, or unsolicited advice, or merely want to inquire about how you can send Sarah Khan a nice big check, you can e-mail Sarah Khan (Tayob) at firstname.lastname@example.org.