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Welcome! My name is Sara Letourneau, and I’m a poet an speculative fiction writer from Massachusetts. You might recognize me from my columns at DIY MFA and Writers Helping Writers.

I’ve been writing ever since I learned how to hold a crayon, and that passion has taken myriad forms since then. Maybe that explains why I’m a published poet, and formerly a  tea reviewer and music journalist. In other words, I can’t stop writing! I also have a YA fantasy manuscript under my belt and am currently working on the first draft of a YA magical realism novel. And in June 2018, I had the privilege of writing the introduction for Alison Walsh’s A Literary Tea Party, a cookbook featuring recipes that are perfect for tea parties and inspired by classic novels such as The Hobbit, Little Women, and The Chronicles of Narnia.

What else? I’m an avid reader of speculative fiction (mainly fantasy and magical realism), but I also like historical fiction, science fiction, steampunk, and literary fiction. I also enjoy watching movies, cooking, yoga, spending time with family and friends, and visiting Cape Cod. Did I mention that I’m a geek for tea (all kinds, really), music (I love an eclectic range of genres), and anything related to Middle-Earth, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones? 🙂

You can read more about my projects here or connect with me at Twitter, Goodreads, and/or Pinterest. And if you’re in the Greater Boston area, you can catch me reading my poetry regularly at An Unlikely Story in Plainville, MA.

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