Sarah Welch-Larson writes about aesthetics of science fiction and character-driven narratives in film. She is interested in feminist theory and theology, and in stories about agency and creation, particularly regarding cyborgs and androids. She lives in Chicago with her husband, their dog, and about two dozen houseplants.
Sarah’s writing has appeared at Bright Wall/Dark Room and Think Christian. Occasionally her voice can be heard on the Think Christian podcast. She is the author of Becoming Alien: The Beginning and End of Evil in Science Fiction’s Most Idiosyncratic Franchise, forthcoming from Cascade Books’ Reel Spirituality monograph series.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, knitting, and shouting about science fiction.
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