Grace Safford

Social Media Content Creator

Fun facts about Grace:

  • I am a writer with multiple published works of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. I am always writing and am currently working on a book manuscript.
  • I have an extreme—and very weird—fear of boats.
  • I am a passionate gardener. I especially love growing tomatoes, rosemary, and chives.
  • My favorite animal is the humpback whale.
  • I love learning about punctuation. My favorite piece of punctuation is the em dash.
Grace Safford

Q+A with Grace Safford


Do you collect anything? If so, what?
Ugly socks. 

What is your favorite quote?
“I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.” - Henry David Thoreau

What is your favorite Vermont activity?
Hiking, gardening, and birdwatching 

Who is your favorite band?
I am a weirdo. I don’t listen to music. 

What is your favorite place that you have visited?
Santorini, Greece

What Grace is listening to:


I don’t listen to music!

Recent Posts from Grace Safford

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