Sara Mosier is a Lincoln Native, and a senior studying creative writing and Native American history at the University of Nebraska. Her writing focus is fiction and poetry of which she enjoys typing out on an old 1950’s Smith-Corona typewriter. She also photographs images to couple with her poetry. One of her favorite subjects to photograph are abandoned homes in the state of Nebraska. They embody a subject of loss and beauty. She has been published several times in Laurus Magazine for poetry and won first place in 2015 for her photography. Her latest achievement was winning the 75th Anniversary Contest at the University of Nebraska Press where a collection of her poetry was published in ‘Nebraska Voices’. Recently her poetry was published in ‘Cocky Tales Anthology’. Her short story ‘Sparkling Human Conundrum’, a tale about a merman coming to land for the first time, will be available September 1st thanks to Pixie Forest Publishing.