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 "The Dance of the White Demons" appeared in Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History (Fox and Older, eds.). Other short fiction has appeared in Menial: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction (Darrach and Jennings, eds.), Fat Girl in a Strange Land (Holt and Leib, eds.) and Strange Horizons. "The Bar at the End of the World" is slated to appear in the anthology The Many Tortures of Anthony Cardno (Cardno, ed.), and "Paper Trail" in GUD magazine. Her poetry has appeared in Graham House Review (Balakian and Smith, eds.), Dappled Things, La Bloga's Floricanto, Poets Respond to SB 1070, and Cabinet des Fées, and upcoming in the Con-or-Bust charity anthology In Other Words.

She is the managing editor of Al Día News in Philadelphia. She was the editor of Al Día's book, 200 Years of Latino History in Philadelphia (Temple University Press, 2012) and is the moderator of the organization's "Media and the City" panel series on representations of race, ethnicity, gender and identity in news media. Her news writing has garnered awards from the New York Press Association, Pennsylvania Newspapers Association and Philadelphia Press Association. She is a member of Tabula Rasa writing group and lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, daughter and a dog who rules the household.