Sarah Heston

Sarah Heston’s memoir manuscript, Daughter of Endtimes, is a true-crime, survivalist memoir that details a daughter-father relationship built on apocalyptic end-of-days scenarios in Los Angeles. Selections are forthcoming or have appeared in the Iowa Review, Entropy, American Literary Review, and Hotel Amerika, and a segment consisting of the foreword and first chapter was runner-up for the Iowa Review 2016 Award for Nonfiction. She has published an article on the convergence of critical theory, the end of self, and memoir in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies. Photo by Lisa Mansy 2016.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

End-Times Los Angeles: “Heroes Haven” and Women’s Retribution
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