Gina Frangello is the author of the short story collection Slut Lullabies (Emergency Press 2010) and the novel My Sister's Continent (Chiasmus 2006), and her second novel, London Calling, will be released in 2011. Gina is a long-time editor and advocate in the independent publishing community. For ten years she served as the Editor of the award-winning literary magazine, Other Voices, and in 2005 she co-founded its book imprint, Other Voices Books, where she is now the Executive Editor. Other Voices Books (www.ovbooks.com) specializes in short story collections, themed anthologies and novels set outside the United States. Gina also edits the Fiction Section of the popular online literary collective, The Nervous Breakdown (www.thenervousbreakdown.com) and has guest-edited several outside projects, including the anthology Falling Backwards: Stories of Fathers and Daughters (Hourglass 2004) and the inaugural issue of TriQuarterly Online. Her journalism and book reviews have appeared widely in newspapers and blogs such as the Chicago Tribune and The Huffington Post. She can be found online at www.ginafrangello.com and currently resides in Chicago with her husband, twin daughters and son. Author's note: "I love to do book clubs and blog tours, and have based my writing and editing career around forging personal connections between writers and readers. I'm on Facebook and Twitter, and if you'd like to read more of my nonfiction work, I can be found on The Nervous Breakdown blogging, and respond to all comments left on my stories there!"Read more Read less
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