Fiction • Sasha Saben Callaghan
Sasha Saben Callaghan, a 2016 A Public Space Emerging Writer Fellow, is sixty and began writing seriously three years ago. In October 2015 she graduated from Edinburgh Napier University with an MA in creative writing. She is the program director of the Big Flame Disability Arts Festival and lives on the east coast of Scotland with her children and granddaughter.
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