Sabrina Vourvoulias grew up in Guatemala, moving to the United States as a teenager. She studied writing and filmmaking at Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has been published in a wide range of journals and anthologies. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and daughter, where she write her blog, Following the lede. SF Activist.
"I grew up in Guatemala, a country with an incredibly rich tradition of pre- and post-colonial myth and folklore. I’ve always loved legends and the tales that live not only on the page but off it as well, in the telling from person to person. I fit myself into a very long Guatemalan and Mexican literary tradition when I incorporate the unseen in my fiction, and it feels as integral to me as breathing."
ARTICLES FEATURING SABRINA
Don’t Let the Future Be Written For You: Sabrina Vourvoulias’s “Ink”
IN HER 2010 BOOK Walled States, Waning Sovereignty, political theorist Wendy Brown examines the recent trend of building physical walls to ...