Sarah Strickley publishes novella: "Sister"
Sarah Anne Strickley, assistant professor of English, has published a novella with Summer Camp Publishing, titled Sister. The novella traces its protagonist’s life through three significant eras and attempts to offer a sensitive and considered answer to the question: how do you build a family out of the wreckage of your youthful indiscretions? The book is set in rural, southeastern Ohio, and covers a span of more than twenty years. The book is now available online and in bookstores.
Sarah Anne Strickley is also the author of the short story collection Fall Together (Gold Wake Press, 2018). She’s a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing fellowship, an Ohio Arts grant, a Glenn Schaeffer Award from the International Institute of Modern Letters, and other honors. Her stories and essays have appeared in Oxford American, A Public Space, Witness, Harvard Review, Gulf Coast, The Southeast Review, The Normal School, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere. She’s a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and earned her P.h.D. from the University of Cincinnati.
At the University of Louisville, she teaches creative writing and serves as faculty editor of Miracle Monocle at the University of Louisville. For more information about professor Strickley's publications and courses, see her faculty profile on the English Department website.