Sarah Warburton is a writer, wife, the mother of two, and a knitter (not necessarily in that order) living in Sugar Land, TX. After earning an M.A. in Classics from the University of Georgia and another from Brown University, she spent time working in independent bookstores, reading and writing. She’s studied at the University of New Mexico with Sharon Oard Warner and Julie Shigekuni, at the Taos Writer’s Workshop with Pam Houston, and in Houston with Justin Cronin. Since 2005 she’s been a staff writer for the local monthly magazine, “UpClose” and member of the weekly critique group, Writers Ink. Her short story, “Margaret’s Magnolia,” appeared in the “Southern Arts Journal” and she has finished her first mystery novel, “The Language of the Dead.”  She recently won first place in the WOW! Women on Writing Spring Flash Fiction Contest 2010. You can read the winning story at http://www.wow-womenonwriting.com/40-FE1-Spring10Contest.html..


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