Sabrina Sarro (they/them/theirs) is a silly, colorful, human who loves to write about their Trans*ness, Queerness, and Blackness. They hold an LMSW from Columbia University and work as a healing worker in private practice. They are currently pursuing their MFA at CCNY, and are a Lighthouse Book Project fellow. They are an alumni of the following writing experiences: Bread Loaf, LAMDA, Martha’s Vineyard, Slice, Squaw Valley, and Yale. They can often be found wearing their polychromatic clogs while carrying a backpack full of too many books. Sabrina is working on their forthcoming memoir: If you steam one single organ, you can make the entire body a stew---which chronicles their experience as a food-rape survivor.