HONORS & AWARDS
"How Loudly We Dead Howl" - nominated for Best Small Fictions 2020
"Our Lady Enters the City [In Three Attempts]" - nominated for Best Small Fictions 2020
"Sanctus Spiritus, 1512" anthologized in Best Microfiction 2019 - Pelekinesis Press, April 2019
"A Reckoning" - nominated for the Pushcart Prize 2019
"Mini-Interview with Sarah Arantza Amador" // Special Like People on TV (January 2020)
"Flash Fiction as a Puzzle: Sarah Arantza Amador on Creative Confidence and Reclaiming Your Writing Time" // Flash Fiction Retreats (May 2019)
"Welcome the New Editors!" // Longleaf Review (October 2018)
"Backstory: Five Questions with Sarah Arantza Amador" // FlashBack Fiction (August 2018)
"'Sanctus Spiritus, 1512' by Sarah Arantza Amador. The editor clearly chose the best story to kick off the anthology. It contains a bit of mystery, a bit of fantasy, and a healthy dose of 'longing, ghost-making, the endearment of monsters' as the author mentions in her bio." - Katherine Valdez, "BEST MICROFICTION 2019 Dazzles with Wide Array of Brilliant Stories"
"Holy hell, this is vivid. Read this paragraph out loud and tell me this doesn’t taste good on your tongue. The whole damn piece is this good. The momentum doesn’t stop. This whole story builds upon a single moment (i.e. the three attempts) and it grows and grows... It is hugely successful in playing with so many devices in a limited space." - Lyndsie Manusos, Book Riot
Contributions & Service
SPANISH-LANGUAGE TRANSLATION CONTRIBUTION
Karen Tei Yamashita, "Frutos Extraños." The Georgia Review, Volume LXXIV, Number 1 (Spring 2020).
Amy Brady, "A Non-Traditional Halloween Reading List: Scary books that have been overlooked, out-of-print, or not always shelved as 'horror.'" Chicago Review of Books.
October 2018 - March 2020
August 2016 - June 2017