Literary Nonfiction. California Interest. Upon learning about her ex-brother-in-law's cancer diagnosis, Sara Marchant decides to stand in as caretaker during his intensive treatment. Marchant's distinct, evocative, and at times humorous memoir, PROOF OF LOSS, grips the reader from all sides, illuminating Marchant's own tragic losses that had gone ignored for so long.
Sara Marchant received her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts from the University of California, Riverside/Palm Desert. Her work has been published by Full Grown People, Brilliant Flash Fiction, The Coachella Review, East Jasmine Review, ROAR, and Desert Magazine. Her essay, "Proof of Blood", was anthologized in All the Women in my Family Sing. Her novella, Let Me Go, was anthologized by Running Wild Press. Her novella, The Driveway Has Two Sides, was published by Fairlight Books in July 2018. Sara's work has been performed in The New Short Fiction Series in Los Angeles, California. She is currently a founding editor of the literary magazine Writers Resist.Author City: LOS ANGELES, CA USA