Books

Infinite Disposable: a collection of micro-fiction. Limited edition of 120 copies with a hand-painted cover. Words by Sara Habein. Photos by Tyson Habein. (2012, Nouveau Nostalgia)   Contributor: Women in Clothes edited by Sheila Heti, Heidi Julavits, and Leanne Shapton (2014, Blue Rider Press) Animals Talking in All Caps: It’s Just What It Sounds Like by Justin Valmassoi —…

Social Media + Usual Haunts

Be in ‘Like’ with me on Facebook. Tweets of Varying Quality: @sshabein All my writing on Medium: Top Shelf (links of interest, book/music talk), Queer in Montana interview series (2016). Blog: Glorified Love Letters (Archive of book reviews and updates on my writing, through Sept. 2016.) Tumblr: I Am My Own Overlord (AKA… various things that…

Nonfiction Publishing Credits

Top Shelf: a collection of links I’ve enjoyed, thoughts on what I’m reading and hearing — Medium (2017 – present) Queer in Montana: an ongoing series of interviews — Medium (2016) Notes From Elsewhere: Roundups of Literary Links — as Blog Editor at Word Riot (2012 – 2016) Staff Writer for Persephone Magazine: Masterpost of all articles (2012-2016) Highlights from P-Mag: Six Years of…

Fiction and Poetry

(For book-length publications, please see the Books section.) “The Weight of a Death” (Catapult, 2017) “Knowledge: a poem for Father’s Day” (Persephone Magazine, 2013) “Rust” — Listerature, Vol. 2 (Little Fiction, 2013) Audio version of “Your Wrists are Small”, my flash fiction piece read by Xe Sands (Soundcloud, 2012) “We Remain,” poem (RiverLit 8, 2012) “Your…

Interviews

5 Books with Sara Habein (Persephone Magazine, 2014) Rebel Woman: Sara Habein Keeps Writing to Understand Herself (Creative Revolution, 2014) Sara Habein’s ‘Would You Rather?’ (The Next Best Book Blog, 2013) UFR Presents: Full of Lust and Longing: Readers Share Their Playlists (Used Furniture Review, 2011 — start at Noel Gallagher, end at Roxy Music)

Editorial Positions

Electric City Creative began as a free online arts magazine about the Great Falls, Montana area, before we shifted into creating events, rather than merely reporting on them. We published seven PDF-based issues (with the option to purchase from MagCloud) from July 2010 until February 2012.  I was the editor in charge of layout, at least half of…