Women’s & Romance
Linda Hogan is a Chickasaw Indian poet, novelist and essayist. Mean Spirit won the Oklahoma Book Award and was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. Seeing Through The Sun received an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Hogan has been the recipient of an NEA grant, a Minnesota Arts Board Grant, a Lannan Award, a Colorado Writer’s Fellowship, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. She is a professor at the University of Colorado. Some of her published titles include:
People of the Whale (Norton, 2008).
Mean Spirit (Atheneum).
Lauren R. Weinstein
Lauren R. Weinstein is a young cartoonist and performance artist whose work appears on gURL.COM. She received a grant to publish Vineland and LA Weekly asks: “Is Lauren Weinstein the funniest voice in alternative comics?”
Calamity (Holt, 2008).
Girl Stories, an illustrated semi-autobiographical novel, follows “Lauren’s” life from eighth grade to her senior year of high school. (Holt, 2006).
Jana Kolpen and Mary Tiegreen
The Mysteries of the Villa Della Luna (Stewart Tabori & Chang, 1997).
The Secrets of Pistoulet (Stewart Tabori & Chang, 1996) is an enchanted fable of food, magic, and love with sumptuous illustrations.
Last Lords of Palenque (Little Brown, 1983).
Judging Time (Bantam, 1997).
Loving Time (Bantam, 1996).
Hanging Time (Bantam, 1995).
Burning Time (Bantam, 1994).
32 Candles (HarperCollins, 2010).
*Works in Progress: The Selkye Alliance – a new Science Fiction series for women; Awesome Girls
Falling Under (Penguin, 2011) and its sequel (Penguin, 2012). Agented by Jessica Sinsheimer.
*Work in progress: Even Though the Whole World is Burning. Agented by Jessica Sinsheimer.
Amy Carol Reeves
Ripper and its sequel (Flux/Llewellyn, 2012 and 2013). Agented by Jessica Sinsheimer.
Josephine Carr, author of Monday’s Child (HarperCollins, 2006); No Regrets (Dial, 2004) is at work on The Rabbi’s Mother, the first in a new mystery series.