Sari Botton

Sari Botton is the editor of the anthology Never Can Say Goodbye: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York and a writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Sun, The Village Voice, Harper’s Bazaar, More, Marie Claire, and other publications. She is the editorial director of the TMI Project (, a nonprofit organization that holds memoir and true storytelling workshops in jails, shelters, veterans’ hospitals, cancer wards, schools, and other places where people don’t usually get to tell their stories or be heard. Botton lives in upstate New York, where she still keeps a MetroCard in her wallet.

Books by this Author

Never Can Say Goodbye


Writers on Their Unshakable Love for New York

Sari Botton, editor of Never Can Say Goodbye, sets the record straight with her new collection of essays featuring writers who express their love for New York, a love that continues ever after they have left the city and no longer live there.