Sara Duff

Short story writer, essayist, songwriter, and novelist. Her fiction can be found in print in FENCE, The Fairy Tale Review, and The Portland Review. Other work is published online:

The Encounter

I Was Trying to Keep to Myself

Sara Duff lives and works and writes in Tucson, Arizona. Before this, she did these things in St. Louis for ten years. In 2017, she received her MFA in Fiction from Washington University in St. Louis. In 2020, her story “Perfect Specimens” won the Verna Marion Nugent Chapbook Contest. Her work can also be listened to here:

As Something Breaks – part of FENCE podcast

Containers – drums, vocals

Contact: littlebookprojectstl@gmail