Sarah Warburton

Sarah Warburton

I’m the oldest of four sisters, raised in Virginia, an avid reader and knitter. After earning a B. A. in Latin from the College of William and Mary, an M.A. in Classics from the University of Georgia and another from Brown University, I studied creative writing at the University of New Mexico with Sharon Oard Warner and Julie Shigekuni, at the Taos Writer’s Workshop with Pam Houston, and in Houston with Justin Cronin. I’ve worked at independent bookstores, and spent ten years as a writer (and eventually lead editor) for UpClose Magazine. My short story, “Margaret’s Magnolia,” appeared in the Southern Arts Journal, I won first place in a WOW! Women on Writing Flash Fiction Contest, and my Pushcart prize nominated story “Survival English” appeared in Oyster River Pages. I live with my family-husband, son, daughter, and hound dog, in the mountains of Southwestern Virginia. I've been told that for a "basically happy person" I write very bleak prose.
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