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Anthology Authors

Swallow Publishing in collaboration with Mythic Picnic has selected 32 authors to contribute to an anthology about gun violence in America. The contributing authors are:
  1. Jennifer Russon
  2. Kathy Fish
  3. Sherry Morris
  4. Ruth Sabath Rosenthal
  5. Robert Nelis
  6. Ray DiZazzo
  7. Philip Brent
  8. Monique Hugo
  9. Mike Baldwin
  10. Martha Patterson
  11. Marie Anderson
  12. Lindsey Byars
  13. Laura Rodley
  14. Kelly Hayes-Raitt
  15. Alexis Rhone Fancher
  16. Justin Short
  17. Annie Dawid
  18. Jen Karetnick
  19. Janet M. Powers
  20. Hardarshan Singh Valia
  21. Gerard Sernat
  22. Fabiyas M V
  23. Dina Friedman
  24. David Cody
  25. Cynthia Graee
  26. Cynthia Close
  27. Christine Whitlock
  28. Cate Mcgowan
  29. Carlton Herzog
  30. Steve Sibra

Erin Evans

Erin Evans lives in Salt Lake City, UT and works in Park City where she has been a host for a local television station. She has interviewed Jane Fonda, Jim Parsons, Claire Danes and many other celebrities during the Sundance Film Festival.After both her parents passed from cancer within 18 months of one another and her sister’s battle with a drug addiction she wrote a book about her experience in hopes that it will help others going through a similar situation. "There Are Fairies at the Bottom of the Garden" is planned to be released in 2021.

Jennifer Russon

Jennifer Russon is a reporter, covering news in Coral Springs, Florida, where she lives with her family. Food editor at Jorj.com, her freelance work also includes ghostwriting. Persephone Underground is Jennifer's third published novel, and the stand alone sequel to A Forest Full of Roses; a third book in this trilogy, Runningwolf & the Roses, is planned for release in 2021. Valeria's Passport, a romantic comedy, was published in 2018.

Martha McCray Wallace

Martha McCray Wallace was born in Cleveland Ohio, and currently resides in Clarkston, Georgia. A self-described contented mother of five heartbeats and Nana of eight grandangels, Martha is the recipient of the 2013 Helen Friese/Village Writers Award for her poem Will's House. She graduated from Georgia Perimeter College where she majored in journalism.

Seeking to continue to perfect her writing skills, she attended and graduated from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia  and won the Janet Newman Preston Creative Writing Prize for Nonfiction in 2015 as well as had several poems published in Nandi Magazine.

Erin Evans

Erin Evans lives in Salt Lake City, UT and works in Park City where she has been a host for a local television station.  She has interviewed Jane Fonda, Jim Parsons, Claire Danes and many other celebrities during the Sundance Film Festival. 

After both her parents passed from cancer within 18 months of one another, and her sister’s battle with a drug addiction, she wrote a book about her experience in hopes that it will help others going through a similar situation.  There Are Fairies at the Bottom of the Garden is planned to be released in 2021.