Sara Schaff is the author of the story collections The Invention of Love (forthcoming from Split Lip Press in 2020) and Say Something Nice About Me (Augury Books 2016), a CLMP Firecracker Award Finalist in fiction and a 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Award Finalist for short fiction. Her writing is forthcoming or has appeared in The Missouri Review, Yale Review Online, The Belladonna, Michigan Quarterly Review, Joyland, LitHub, Chicago Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. She is represented by Maria Massie of MMQLit.
A graduate of Brown University and the MFA program at the University of Michigan, Sara has taught at Oberlin College, the University of Michigan, and St. Lawrence University, as well as in China, Colombia, and Northern Ireland, where she also studied storytelling. Sara lives in the North Country of New York State with her husband, the poet Benjamin Landry, and their daughter. She is an assistant professor of English at SUNY Plattsburgh.
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