Michelle Rothwell is a former Associate Professor with more than 30 years of professional experience in the arts. She has developed college degree programs and dozens of college courses. Her client…

Susan Robinson taught herself to read at four, wrote her first story at six, and taught the neighborhood kids at eight. A career as a classroom teacher, school librarian, and…

John Micklos, Jr. wrote his first “book” when he was in second grade, a story entitled “Tubby the Pig on the Moon.” Over the past 20 years, he has written more…

Christopher L. Malone is a writer, musician, teacher, and life-long resident of Cecil County.  His stories span nearly every genre, and his short works have been featured in Crimson Streets…

Lisa Lutwyche received her MFA in creative writing from Goddard College in 2013 and has a BFA in painting and a BA in art history.  Poet, author, artist, produced playwright,…

Karen Leppert is a scrapbooking, music loving, game playing wife and mother who had a love story percolating in her brain for decades before the main characters threw a hissy…

Brooke LeBrun writing as B.L. Matthews is a Maryland poet who has embarked on the journey from her own comfortable boundaries and is now ready to share with the world…

Robert Lackey is a native of Havre de Grace, Maryland. The area is rich in history and watershed culture, reaching back to the beginning of the country. Robert has been…

Author J. L. Jackola is a Delaware native and University of Delaware alum who discovered her passion for writing in grade school when she wrote a short story that earned…

Frank E. Hopkins writes realistic crime novels and short stories portraying social and political issues. He has published five novels: The Counterfeit Drug Murders was awarded third place in the…