Sarah Bird

Sarah
Bird

Sarah Bird, winner of the 2014 Texas Writer Award and a Barnes and Noble Discover Great Writers pick, is the author of The Yokota Officers Club and eight other novels. She grew up on air force bases around the world and now makes her home in Austin, Texas. She is a columnist for Texas Monthly and has contributed to other magazines, including O, The Oprah Magazine; The New York Times Magazine; Salon; and Real Simple.

Photo Credit: Julia Robinson

Sarah Bird, winner of the 2014 Texas Writer Award and a Barnes and Noble Discover Great Writers pick, is the author of The Yokota Officers Club and eight other novels. She grew up on air force bases around the world and now makes her home in Austin, Texas. She is a columnist for Texas Monthly and has contributed to other magazines, including O, The Oprah Magazine; The New York Times Magazine; Salon; and Real Simple.

Photo Credit: Julia Robinson

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