Sarah B. Burghauser is a Berkeley-based writer and scholar. She holds an MA from Oregon State University and an MFA from California Institute of the Arts, where she has also taught. She has worked with Semiotext(e) Press in Los Angeles and has been awarded fellowships with the Lambda Literary Foundation Emerging Voices Retreat, The MacDowell Colony, and Vermont Studio Center. Sarah writes for Lambda Literary, Kirkus Media, A Café in Space, the Anaïs Nin literary journal. Her essay “Learning To Be In A Skin” appears in the anthology, Queer Girls in Class: Lesbian Teachers and Students Tell Their Classroom Stories (Peter Lang Publishing Group 2011). Currently she works on self publishing her first book, a lyrical coming-of-age tale about a queer, sexually curious girl growing up in an Orthodox Jewish home.
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