from Launch Point Press
Reba Birmingham is a native Southern
Californian. Since 2012, Reba has been the poet for the Lesbian
News, writing under the name of Morag Hillsinger. For her day
job, Reba handles a busy law practice out of a renovated gas
station. Her first novel is Floodlight,
and the sequel, Words on a Plate,
will make its appearance in 2019.
Reba's website: Click
Jane, born a Texan and recently
a Portland resident, has settled in at a new home on Whidbey
Island in Washington state. She ttravels many roads and writes
in many genres. She is an avid soccer fan, and her first novel,
Game Changer, is a romance set in
the world of professional women's soceer and is due out late
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Sandra, a Portland resident
for many years, recently moved to southern California, but she
returns to Portland often. She is primarily a playwright and
poet. Her first project for LPP is Desire Returns
for a Visit: Intimate Poems about Lesbian Love (November
2018). She's also written a multitude of plays, short stories,
essays, two mystery novels, and a thriller. Her next book will
be a collection of humorous poetry due out in 2019.
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Sue has lived for many years
at the Oregon coast. She collaborated with Nel Ward and Lee
Lynch on The Butch Cook Book and
most enjoys reading and writing mysteries. LPP
is publishing subsequent novels in the Loni Wagner Mystery Series
and re-issuing the first two, The Truck Comes on
Thursday and Bus Stop at the Last
Chance. Taking the Long Way Home,
book 3 in the series, will be out in late spring 2019.
Sue's website: Click
Hawthorne/Christopher "Kit" Hawthorne Moss
Kit has lived outside Seattle, Washington,
for many decades and writes gay romances and trans fiction.
Kit was invaluable in co-editing the Time's Rainbow
anthology, especially in the realm of historical accuracy
and acquisition of contributors.
Kit's Blogspot: Click
Judy is a lifelong Minnesotan who has
always enjoyed reading and writing mysteries. She's an editor,
has published several short stories, and is a member of the
infamous Minnesota Minions. Black Friday,
the first novel in her planned series about a postal service
fraud investigator, is due out by summer 2019.
Judy's website: Click
E.J. lives in the Portland Metro area
and loves reading and writing and making quilts. Her first novel
is a mystery about an amateur sleuth set in Oregon. In
Harm's Way is due out in spring 2019. She's already
at work on the second novel in the series.
E.J.'s website: Click
Lori grew up in Oregon, spent
26 years in Minnesota, and has been back to Portland for nearly
a decade now. She writes two crime fiction series, romances,
dramatic general fiction, historical fiction, short stories,
articles about writing and creativity, and loves to edit anthologies.
Her next book is an adventure/romance novel to be published
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A native of Portland, Oregon, Deni has
carried on an ambitious writing practice for many years. She's
not invisible, but she keeps a low profile due to her day job,
and she loves jaunty hats. Her mainstream boxing mysteries are
published via Silver Leaf Books. LPP will publish her quirky
novel, Murder by the Sea, in 2019.
Deni's website - Click
Linda lives just outside Portland,
Oregon, and is a big fan of reading and writing crime fiction.
She's a world traveler and has produced concerts for local women's
bands for over three decades. Her first novel, No
Thru Road, was reissued by LPP in August 2017.
She is working on the second book in that series.
Linda's website: Click
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