Sarah Perry (she/they) is a memoirist and essayist who writes about love, gender-based violence, queerness, and the power dynamics that influence those concerns. She is the author of the memoir After the Eclipse (Houghton Mifflin, 2017), an account of her mother’s life and eventual murder in 1994, which was named a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice. She holds an MFA in nonfiction from Columbia University and is currently a member of the Tulsa Artist Fellowship. Originally from Maine, Perry spent ten years in the South before making her home base in Brooklyn, New York. She is working on a second memoir, titled The Book of Regrets. Visit her at sarahperryauthor.net or on Instagram at @sarahperry100.