Sabrina Vourvoulias is the author of Ink (Crossed Genres, 2012), a novel that draws on her memories of Guatemala's armed internal conflict, and of the Latin@ experience in the United States. It was named to Latinidad's Best Books of 2012.
Her short story "Sin Embargo" appeared this year in Latin@ Rising (Goodwin, ed.). Other short fiction has appeared in Uncanny Magazine, Tor.com, Strange Horizons, Crossed Genres, and in a number of anthologies, including The Year's Best Young Adult Speculative Fiction 2015 (Krasnostein and Rios, eds.) and Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History (Fox and Older, eds.).
She is the managing editor of integrated media at NBC10/Telemundo62 in Philadelphia. Her columns and commentary have appeared in Philadelphia Magazine, City and State PA, and The Guardian US.
She is a member of PEN America, SFWA, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and the Pen & Pencil Press Club. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, daughter, and a dog who rules the household.