Sonya Huber has written two books of creative nonfiction, Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir (2010), finalist for the 2010 Grub Street National Book Prize in Nonfiction and Finalist for the ForeWard Book of the Year, and Opa Nobody (2008), shortlisted for the Saroyan Prize.
Her work has been published in literary journals and magazines including Creative Nonfiction, The Sonora Review, Fourth Genre, Passages North, Hotel Amerika, Crab Orchard Review, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and the Washington Post Magazine, in other journals and in many anthologies. She teaches at Fairfield University.
“Her tenacity, ingenuity, and steady wits awed me. Few people could finesse the system to extract the type of affordable care she obtained. The way she writes about her fighting-for-access drama causes readers to hang on every word.”