Sara Graybeal

Sara Graybeal

Email: shgraybe@uncg.edu

Educational history:
Macalester College ’10, Major: Anthropology. Minor: Creative Writing. Concentration: African Studies.
UNC-Greensboro ’20: MFA: Fiction.
Research Interests:
 
Fiction writer, poet, and personal essayist. Among other things, I write about race and gender, criminal (in)justice, the South, and messy relationships with partners, friends, and small children.
Publications:
Essays:
“None Of This Is Okay” – Hobart, July 2021.
“Sunflower Sick” – The Rumpus, March 2021.
Fiction:
“A Delicate Matter” – Beloit Fiction Journal, Spring 2021.
“Coal” – Philadelphia Stories, July 2018.
“The Needle Could Be Anywhere” – The Head & The Hand Chapbook Series.
Poetry:
“Where Else For My Eyes,” and “Point Breeze, 2015” – Moon City Review, Spring 2016.
“Ghetto City,” “General Store Café,” & “Did You Hear That, Just Now?” – Sixfold, Summer 2014.
“Bald Eagle Proud” & “Are We Who We Are” – Floating Bridge Review.
“Piddil Iddil Iddil” – Asteroid Belt Almanac.
Awards:
Randall Jarrell Fellowship Recipient, August 2018.
Pushcart Prize Nominee, December 2016.
Jan-Ai Scholarship Fiction Award Recipient, January 2014.
National College Board Award Recipient, February 2013.