Some of you may have noticed that the frequency of our blogging has dropped precipitously of late. That’s because we’ve been spending our time searching for some great new writers to take up the Scribophile blogging mantle. And we’re excited to announce that we’ve found them!
Unlike many writers, Jane Rutherford hadn’t start writing the moment she started to talk. She was more interested in talking other kids out of their candy. Instead, she started to write properly while in highschool. Since then, she managed to get published in print and online and pursue a career in nonfiction freelance writing.
Brandon Nolta is a computer geek and wordsmith living in the lovely hamlet of Moscow, Idaho. He’s published several poems and short stories, though nothing in a professional market yet, as well as a mess of other material that’s scattered all over the Web. He lives with his adorable wife, their two adorable offspring, and a mountain of student debt accumulated from the four degrees he and his wife hold between them (well, three and a half; she’s working on number four).
Take a moment to say hi to our new crew, and expect some great posts soon!