Sara Coleridge was born in Keswick, the daughter of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his wife Sara Fricher.
In 1829 she married her cousin Henry Nelson Coleridge, whom she assisted in the editing of her father's philosophical works. She also worked with her brother, Derwent on the editing of her father's poems.
Her own poetry includes Phantasmion (1837), a fairy tale in a mixture of prose and verse, and Pretty Lessons for Good Children (1845).
Sara Coleridge, a Victorian Daughter: Her Life and Essays
Bradford Keyes Mudge