Sabra Embury

Sabra Embury writes for Brooklyn's L Magazine. Her work has appeared in The Believer, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Fanzine, Volume One Brooklyn, The Rumpus, and NANO Fiction. She lives in Brooklyn with her son, Felix.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Q&A with Daniel Levine

“The goal of ‘Hyde’ was not just to borrow the concept, but to fill in the missing details of the case study Stevenson presented.”...


Expedient Pairings: On Charles Blackstone’s “Vintage Attraction”
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