Sasha Hom lives with her four children, husband, two dogs and sometimes chickens in a tent in the woods. It is a large canvas tent but never large enough. Sometimes the family splits up and half go into a tipi, although the chickens have grown up and moved out of the tent into a coop. When not in midst of a pandemic, she waitresses at a wonderful restaurant to support all aforementioned creatures on tips and scraps. Her work can be found in literary venues such as The Millions, Viz. Inter-Arts magazine, Kweli Journal, The Journal of Korean Adoption Studies, Mamazine, LiteraryMama, and other places. She was a recipient of a Sustainable Arts Foundation Grant, a Holden Scholarship from Warren Wilson College where she is still hoping to receive an MFA.