Sarah Hollowell is a fat Hoosier writer working to up the magic quotient of Indiana.
Her essays have appeared at Huffington Post, The Butter, and Women Write About Comics, among other places, and if you want to brave YouTube you can find her TEDx talk. Her poetry has been in Apex and Cicada and one of her short stories can be found in Fireside Fiction. She’s working on finding representation for her YA novel, which is pretty good if you ask her mom.
Sarah spends her time on Twitter, reading about disasters on mountains, and watching horror movies with a toasted marshmallow and dragon who do convincing impressions of cats. A lot of people think she’s a raccoon and they aren’t exactly wrong.