Sabra Wineteer grew up in Moss Bluff, Louisiana. She has since lived in England, New Zealand, Germany, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, and currently lives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband and their three tweens. Her work has appeared in TWINS Magazine, storySouth, The Rumpus, 7X20, and the anthology 140 And Counting. She has workshopped her fiction with Antonya Nelson, Charles D'Ambrosio, and Margaret Atwood. She is the 2012 Joyce Horton Johnson Fiction Award recipient.
- Ridge and Valley Appalachia
- Cooking and gardening
- Favorite books or authors:
- The Blind Assassin, The History of Love, The Ministry of Special Cases, Howard's End, That Night, Margaret Atwood, Alice McDermott, D.H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, E.M. Forster, Toni Morrison