Sabrina Imbler

Brooklyn, NY

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Sabrina Imbler is currently a reporting fellow on the science and health desk of The New York Times. They love to write about the ocean and uncharismatic microfauna. They have received fellowships or scholarships from Tin House, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, and Jack Jones Literary Arts. Their essay collection about sea creatures, HOW FAR THE LIGHT REACHES, is forthcoming with Little, Brown in 2022 if they can finish it in time.


You can buy their chapbook, Dyke (geology) from Black Lawrence Press.

In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?

Nature, especially the ocean, inspires all that I do. I look to wild creatures for lessons on survival and resilience and care that I take to heart, both in the work I make and the life I lead.

What does it mean to you to be part of a thriving ecosystem?

It is an honor to live on this planet alongside so many other human and nonhuman animals, and I hope to provide as much care as I can for all of us.

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