Bewildering Stories biography
Sarah won the Fish Historical-Crime Contest with her story, “Fall River, August 1892.” Her story, “The Eyam Stones,” was runner-up in the Historical Contest. Both stories will be published in the Fish Anthology 2008. MO: Crimes of Practice, the new Crime Writers’ Association anthology, features Sarah's story “One Last Pick-Up.”
Sarah’s stories have been published in Literary Fever, Every Day Fiction, Ranfurly Review, Zygote in my Coffee, The Beat, Neon, Every Day Fiction, Idlewheel and the Boston Literary Magazine.
Her short story “On the line” was published in the Daunt 2006 anthology. The Subatomic 2007 anthology features her story, “LoveFM.” She won the Litopia Contest in 2007 with “The Chaperon.”
Sarah lives in the Cotswolds with her husband and young daughter, where she is writing a series of crime novels set in London and L.A.
Sarah won the Fish Historical-Crime Contest with "Fall River, August 1892,” and has two stories in the Fish anthology 2008. She was a runner-up in the Biscuit Short Story Contest 2008. MO: Crimes of Practice, the Crime Writers’ Association anthology, features Sarah’s story, “One Last Pick-Up.” Her work appears in Smokelong Quarterly, Literary Fever, Every Day Fiction, Ranfurly Review and Zygote in my Coffee. Sarah blogs at sarah-crawl-space.blogspot.com
Copyright © 2007-2008 by Sarah Hilary