Samantha Tucker

is a Colorado native and a Target-frequenting anti-Capitalist . She currently lives in Columbus, Ohio, where she just completed her MFA in Creative Writing at Ohio State University. Sam has written for Ecotone, Bust, The American Literary Review, The Toast, and Guernica. Her essay "Fountain Girls" is a listed notable in Best American Essays 2017. In second grade, Sam wrote, illustrated, and self-published a biography about Big Foot, and then the author proceeded to graduate from the MA Nonfiction program at Colorado State University (2014).

Sam is working on a memoir, probably about poverty. Ugh, poverty. Sam is also building her social media platform with a really cool Instagram, @tuckersamantha. Sam is an over-achiever. Sam has also now decided she will soon start a podcast about the lives of stoner graduate students called "It's Higher Ed." She'll podcast like no one is listening. Sam plays roller derby, because a person can never be too interesting. Sam loves Prince. Good job, Sam.

Samantha Tucker is represented by

Katie Kotchman at Don Congdon Associates, Inc.

Sam is also represented by her mother, Susan.