Issue 14
Sara Crow

Sara Crow has been telling stories since before anyone could translate them from babbles. In her formative years her father corrupted her by reading The Hobbit out loud and religiously watching Star Trek with her, which led to a long-held love for story and the fantastic that has carried over into much of her work. Sara is a winner of the Jeanne Lobmeyer Cárdenas Prize in Short Fiction. She resides in Hutchinson, Kansas, with three cats, a poet/lawyer husband, and around 1200 books, most of which live in the same room with her beloved wampa-skin rug (even baby wampas are a nightmare to catch!). She’s racing to complete her first novel before the inevitable zombie apocalypse.