Sarah Maxfield is a storyteller.
Her work has taken many forms, and she’s currently writing several YA comic scripts and a flurry of flash fiction. She recently won 2nd place in Voyage YA’s flash fiction contest and was selected as a semifinalist in a flash fiction contest hosted by Cast of Wonders. She was invited to contribute a short story to the forthcoming anthology We Mostly Come Out at Night, edited by Rob Costello and published by Running Press.
She also reads Tarot.
Maxfield identifies as queer/bi+ and disabled. She acknowledges that she holds white privilege, cisgender-privilege, straight-passing privilege, and able-passing privilege. She lives with her family and their imaginary cat Dragon in Lenapehoking (Brooklyn).
Image of Maxfield (a figure mostly in shadow) with uplights behind, illuminating a ground grate, a stone wall, and pointed fingers. Photo by Corinne Cappelletti of a solo performed as part of Lindsey Drury’s birthday bus tour roving performance; site: Washington Square Arch.