Sarah Wilson Gregory (She/Her) is a writer originating from the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Her Appalachian heritage and upbringing is featured often in her written works. Wilson Gregory wrote her first story at the tender age of 10. It was bad. Really bad. She is happy to report her improvement in the years since.

She resides now in Northern Kentucky with her three feral children and one mostly domesticated husband. She is a voracious reader and is the happiest version of herself when reading,  writing,  or outdoors  (or preferably  some combination of the three).

Though she studied Wildlife Management / B.S in college with the hopes of spending a career in the Appalachian wilderness that raised her, she spent only a few years working in Parks and Recreation / Environmental Education before  temporarily leaving the workforce to raise her children. After an unexpected diagnosis for her eldest son, her career took a hard pivot to account for the around the clock care his disability required. She now works fully remote and turns to writing during her non work hours. It is the ability to disappear into her fictional worlds that make the hardest days in her real one easier to bear. She hopes her stories provide a similar escape for anyone who is kind enough to read them.

Wilson Gregory is a recurring featured columnist in her hometown newspaper, The Sentinel Echo, and her short works have been selected for publication in various literary magazines (see 'Published Works' section of this site for a full list of her work).

The use of AI is not utilized in any of Wilson Gregory's creative endeavors.*