Sabrina Pyun, Assistant Editor, is interested in acquiring character-driven literary and upmarket fiction, particularly with magical realism, science fiction, folk tale, or generally speculative elements. She is particularly captivated by engaging, thoughtful prose, transformative relationships, new perspectives on humanity, and themes of self-actualization, coming-of-age, and ending generational trauma. She is also interested in historical fiction, memoir that focuses on Asian Americans beyond the immigrant experience, and practical nonfiction based in psychological research. Before coming to Scribner, Sabrina interned at Thompson Literary Agency. She is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University where she studied Writing Seminars, psychology, and French.