Sarah Pinsker is the author of the Nebula Award-winning novel A Song For A New Day (Berkley, 2019). Her second novel was We Are Satellites (Berkley, 2021). Her Philip K Dick Award-winning collection Sooner or Later Everything Falls Into the Sea (Small Beer, 2019)includes the Nebula-winning novelette "Our Lady of the Open Road" and the Sturgeon Award-winning novelette "In Joy, Knowing the Abyss Behind." Her new collection, Lost Places (Small Beer, 2023) includes the Nebula and Hugo-winning novelette "Two Truths And A Lie" and the Nebula, Hugo, Eugie Foster, and Locus-winning short story "Where Oaken Hearts Do Gather." Her fiction has additionally appeared on finalist ballots for the World Fantasy Award and Bram Stoker, among others. Her fiction has appeared in magazines including Asimov's, Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Uncanny, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and more; and in anthologies including The Best Science Fiction of the Year(ed. Neil Clarke), The Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy(ed. Rich Horton), The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror (ed. Paula Guran), Best Horror of the Year (ed. Ellen Datlow), Twelve Tomorrows (ed. Wade Roush), Made to Order (ed. Jonathan Strahan), Year's Best Weird Fiction Volume 2, Year's Best Young Adult Speculative Fiction, and Sunspot Jungle (Bill Campbell, ed). She served three terms as a director-at-large for SFWA. She teaches advanced undergraduate fiction workshops at Goucher College, and has taught online for Rambo Academy and Clarion West. She is also a singer/songwriter with four albums on various independent labels: Charmed (disappear records); Wingspan, (Reinventing Records); This is Your Signal, The Beechfields, with the Stalking Horses, and Something to Hold (Reinventing Records). She lives with her wife and dogs in Baltimore and can be found online at sarahpinsker.com.