Sue Armstrong writes women's fiction and speculative short stories.
Armstrong's two novels in her Monmouth, Oregon series, are available on Amazon:
The Year of the Pig
http://www.amazon.com/Year-Pig-Alleycat-Sue-Armstrong/dp/1502996960/ref=sr_1_cc_2?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1417643195&sr=1-2-catcorr&keywords=sue+armstrongYou can also check out Armstrong's blog at:
Cynthia Childs translates Korean literature into English and is currently working on her first novel, a memoir her life in Eugene and her adventures in graduate school.
Childs’ recent publications include the translation of Sunghee Yoon’s “The Duty of Loneliness”, with co-translator Hyeon Jeong Lee, in Tammy (“writing from the esteemed fringes and unguarded egresses”), issue four, fall 2014.
Magi Hart writes scripts and non-fiction.
Hart’s scriptwriting awards include: World Series of Screenwriting, 2013 Finalist, for Take Tea and Talk • International Screenwriting Contest, 2013 Finalist, for Take Tea and Talk • Beverly Hills Screenwriting Contest, 2014 Finalist (TV Concept/Treatment/Pilot Series), for The Apartment
Hart's publications include: "Albert" in Chicken Soup for the Unsinkable Soul.
Jillian Schmidt writes dark and quirky stories, poetry, and juvenile fiction.
Schmidt’s flash fiction work, “Last Respects”, was selected for publication by Everyday Fiction:
Schmidt’s previous (pre-group) flash fiction publications include:
And this Twitter Fiction piece:
Schmidt blogs at http://writingonalimb.blogspot.com