By: Marilyn L. Davis, Editor-in-chief
Two Drops of Ink has always been a home for collaborative writing offering readers advice on better writing, problem-solving for bloggers and writers, and entertaining posts, whether poetry, essays, memoirs, or fiction.
Today, we are adding another monthly contributor to provide additional resources.
Claudia Ricci, Ph.D., was a staff writer for The Wall Street Journal and a prize-winning reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, where one of her projects was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
Her novels include:
- Dreaming Maples, published in 2002, and nominated for a Pushcart Prize
- Seeing Red, January 2011
- Sister Mysteries, July 2018
Her short fiction has appeared in numerous literary magazines nationwide.
Ricci spent 15 years teaching English and journalism at the University at Albany and was a visiting professor for one year at Georgetown University.
To order her novels, visit her website at www.http://claudiajricci.com.
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