(photo by Raymond Cebula)
(photo by Raymond Cebula)
Sara Kay Rupnik stories in words and stitches
      Sara Kay Rupnik                             stories in words and stitches                                                                                                                                      

Telling Stories

Writers write.  Through changing seasons and life events and worldwide pandemics, we write.  We tell stories and create images and try to find reason amidst chaos.  During  the Coronavirus period of withdrawal and isolation, I kept to the house and sewed facemasks, which led me to boxes of fabric I had accumulated over the years and to boxes of old photos.  From there, my stories evolved into stitched pieces. I also continued to write fiction.  On these pages, you will discover a little of both.  Enjoy.




While I complete my novel, my short story collection maintains a life of its own.  For sale at Goodyear Cottage on Jekyll Island, Georgia, Women Longing to Fly is also available through Mayapple Press or from your favorite bookseller.  

And yes, on Kindle!



Waiting for Dad (First Place)
Four Seasons (Honorable Mention)
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"Flown!" is included in NEST, the Twiggs Gallery Summer Exhibit, Boscawen, New Hampshire.



Four of my pieces won prizes at the Jekyll Island Art Festival in March, 2023.

Autumn Leaves (First Place)
Sea Web (Honorable Mention)
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