Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis is a long time employee of the state of Texas.  She has a B. A. in Art History and an M. A. in History, both from the university of Ole Miss.  Several of her stories and poems have been published.  She and her mother, fellow writer/would be novelist, Marie H. Lewis, joined the Woodlands Writers Guild to be with other writers and to give and receive critiques on a variety of creative works.

Dead Anglo-Saxon Woman

Sarah's short story, Dead Anglo-Saxton Woman, appeared in the December 2011 issue of Aoife's Kiss Magazine. In the story, present day bureaucrats are able to send messages and images into the past, believing it will be easy to change history. Unfortunately for them, one long dead Anglo-Saxon woman is anything but stupid.


Sarah's short story, "Cunjurred", appeared in Winter 2013/2014 issue of Tales of the Talisman Magazine.


Cats are thought of as magical because they are quantum beings, but to the Louisiana Swamp Cats humans are powerful juju because of our ability to observe and fix reality.