Sarah Monroy Solís

Sarah Monroy Solís (Xicanx and Guatemayan) is a writer, backstrap weaver, natural dye maker, and musician, among other things, in Northern California. She can be found playing with fibers and dyes on Instagram @thefogknitter, where she works on projects connecting her to her ancestral lineage while building community with other Indigenous descendants and artists. As a writer, she dreams and imagines different futures. You can find her writing on Instagram @sarisolis or sarahmonroy.com. She has published nonfiction essays in Ofrenda Magazine and short fiction with Surface Dwellers Studios (upcoming, February 2022).

Photo credit: Sarah Monroy Solis
Sarah Monroy Solís

Contributions

The Red Loom
Issue 07: Balance / Issue 08: Nourishment

The Red Loom

Woven memories plus an invitation to learn Mayan backstrap weaving—an ancestral art full of tradition and stories, which can help us connect to both our past and future lineages. (Includes special event details.)

Words by Sarah Monroy Solís
My Father’s Ghost
Issue 05: Memoria

My Father’s Ghost

On the healing journey of discovering ancestral languages. A touching essay by writer Sarah Monroy Solis.

Sarah Monroy Solis

Featured in

Issue 07: Balance / Issue 08: Nourishment

2021 Anthology

Issue 01: Intention

Issue 05: Memoria

Books (via Bookshop)