Sara Krueger

Sara’s writing is filled with charismatic woodland monsters, world-weary robots, and beings from other dimensions, all of who yearn for connection, but seldom find it. ​​She received her B.A. in Film from Columbia College Chicago and has attended residencies at the Atlantic Center for the Arts and the Ragdale Foundation. Sara’s work was featured in the DEMO Project’s 2016 Dustsceawung exhibition. And her poetry and short fiction appear in The J.J. Outré Review, Menacing Hedge, and Devilfish Review, among other publications. Sara’s chapbook, Somehow We Remain in the Aftermath, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press this summer.

Sara lives in Chicago with her husband Garrett, her cat Lando, and her dog Luna. She enjoys doing power yoga, walking the shores of Lake Michigan, frequenting tap rooms, making elaborate meals and music mixes for friends, and hunting for taxidermy jewelry. 

​​Sara owes her artistic sensibilities to her late uncle, who introduced her impressionable six-year-old mind to David Lynch, Dr. Demento, German Expressionism, and obscure 70’s science fiction films.