Sara Tantlinger graduated from Seton Hill University with a BA in English literature and creative writing, and a minor in communication, and later with an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction. She enjoys writing horror poetry the most. Her love of horror started in middle school where she discovered the Fear Street and Goosebumps books. Some of her favorite, inspirational writers include: Edgar Allan Poe, William Blake, Kate Chopin, Stephen King, Sylvia Plath, Caroline Kepnes, Clive Barker, Gillian Flynn, Thomas Ligotti, Richard Siken, Sierra DeMulder, and Catherynne Valente.
When she’s not writing, reading, or researching, Sara enjoys coffee, music, movies, and is prone to over-attachment to fictional characters and cats. She also possesses a collection of sea glass and shark teeth fossils, which make her want to move to the seaside as soon as possible. She is a member of the HWA, SFPA, an editor for Oddville Press, and does freelance editing/writing work.
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