Sabrina Vourvoulias was born in Bangkok, Thailand -- the daughter of a Mexican-Guatemalan visual artist and an American businessman. She grew up in Guatemala and moved to the United States when she was fifteen. Her poetry has appeared in Dappled Things, Graham House Review, Scheherezade's Bequest at Cabinet des Fées, La Bloga's Floricanto, Poets Responding to SB 1070, and upcoming in the anthology In Other Words. Her short fiction has appeared in Crossed Genres Issue 24, Strange Horizons, and upcoming in GUD magazine and on Tor.com in December of 2014 and April of 2015. It has also been published in the following anthologies: Crossed Genres Year Two; Fat Girl in a Strange Land; Menial: Skilled Labor in SF; Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History, and in The Many Tortures of Anthony Cardno. Her novel, Ink (www.inknovel.com) was released by Crossed Genres Publications October 15, 2012, and was named to Latinidad's "Best Books of 2012" list in December. Her blog Following the Lede (www.followingthelede.blogspot.com) was nominated for a Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) award in 2011.
She is the managing editor of AL DÍA News Media, and is the editor of their book, 200 Years of Latino History in Philadelphia.
Follow her on twitter as @followthelede.