Sage Webb spent more than a decade writing legal briefs in the field of federal criminal defense before turning to fiction. Her debut novel, The Unremarkable Circumstances of Inmate 17656-090, was named best debut novel by Red City Review in 2018. Sage has also received a number of awards for her short stories and legal scholarship. She writes for a Gulf Coast health-and-wellness magazine and also serves as senior editor for the Evangelical Catholic. She lives on a 50-year-old wooden trawler in Galveston Bay with a ship's cat named Ines, and Jackson, the boat dog.