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Gaby Anderson

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Gaby is a first-generation Hungarian-Canadian. At age twelve, she became a U.S. citizen, and a hybrid of the tight-knit immigrant community in Montreal, Quebec, and the American Dream.

She's been a member of The Atlanta Writers Club since 2011, and one of the Wild Women since 2020. 

Her debut novel, South of Happily, was published on 1/23/23 and is available on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble and all the usual book selllers.


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Check out her web site for information on book clubs, podcasts, Hungarian recipes, and short podcasts on pronouncing those weird Hungarian words in South of Happily.

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Kim Conrey
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Kim's sci-fi novel, Stealing Ares, is available through Amazon or your favorite bookstore. The next book in the Ares Ascending series will be coming soon! My protagonist, Harlow Hanson, the Robin Hood of the Mars colony, even has a drink recipe in her honor "The Perfect Heist" (see Character Cocktails tab). I write a blog about living with OCD and Harm OCD and the memoir I wrote with my daughter, You're Not a Murderer: You Just Have OCD, is under consideration with a publisher. I love to spend time with my family, run, and you can find me marching in Atlanta's Dragon Con parade as a Box Hero Wonder Woman. I've written for Equill: Atlanta Writers Club Online Magazine, Awakened Voices Literary Magazine, The Bitter Southerner, The New Southern Fugitives, Atlanta Parent, and others (links in Our Voices tab). I also serve as VP of Operations for the Atlanta Writers Club in addition to working on the podcast with these other fantastic Wild Women.


Kat Fieler


Kat Fieler's debut novel, The Shadow Runner, will be released Jun 1. Kat earned her first bylines as a stringer/humor columnist in newspapers and magazines in North Florida and Rockwall, Texas. Connections in that venue led her to an unintended career as an author liaison for a Florida-based writers' festival, and ultimately a publicist to authors. She has a short story headed for the moon via the Lunar Codex project. 

Lizbeth Jones

Lizbeth is a published writer of short fiction, nonfiction articles and poetry, as well as an interviewer, illustrator, editor and mentor. Her degree in Creative Writing is from the University of Arizona where she was awarded a faculty scholarship. She muses about creativity on her blog Ulterior Colors, passing along insights and wisdom from professors, mentors, and various artists across time. She is currently working on a novel, Ricky Lightfoot, which takes place in Arizona, where she lived for twenty-five years. The support and camaraderie of fellow women writers has been invaluable to this endeavor.

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Katherine Nichols
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Katherine is the author of  The Sometime Sister, The Unreliables, and Trust Issues. available on Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble. The Substitute Sister, the sequel to The Sometime Sister, will be released June 1. False Claims is scheduled for a fall release.

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