KT Sparks

KT Sparks is a farmer in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. She received her MFA from Queens University in Charlotte, and her short fiction has appeared in Pank, Word Riot, Citron Review, Jersey Devil Press, WhiskeyPaper, and the Jellyfish Review, and was recognized in the New Millennium Writing Awards and The Moth short story competition. Her novel, Four Dead Horses, a story of cowboy poetry and the obese pet mortician who loves it, was a semifinalist in Southeast Missouri State University Press’s Nilsen Prize, took first place in the James River Writers’ Best Unpublished Novel Contest, and was excerpted in Richmond Magazine.

Mar/Apr 2020

Saving Luna

By KT Sparks

2019 Kenyon Review Short Nonfiction Contest Runner-up I name the first lamb born on our farm Luna, because she arrives sometime in a night with a full, or mostly full, […]