Sarah Curry earned a MFA in fiction from Virginia Commonwealth University. She was a finalist for the Center for Women Writers International Literary Award (2017) and the Francine Ringold Award for New Writers (2018). Her fiction has received Honorable Mentions from The Masters Review and the Kentucky Women Writers Conference. She's attended Sewanee and Appalachian Writers Conferences and is at work on a novel. She lives with her two kiddos and husband, a mathematician, in Lexington, Kentucky. She'll argue with you (and win) that there's nowhere more beautiful. She's worked as a policy advocate for OneAmerica, We Belong Together, and the National Immigration Forum.