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Sarah’s short fiction has appeared in Canadian and American literary journals, including the Danforth Review and the Pisgah Review. A graduate of the University of Toronto Creative Writing Master's Program, she holds an M.A. in English and is currently a PhD candidate at University of Waterloo. A former university instructor, she divides her time between the great north and the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina. Sarah is a native of Toronto and a dual citizen.
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