Annie Crawford is a freelance writer who loves discussing all things girly, dirty, and romantic. She hopes you'll check out her blog at scarletsass.com.
Maggie Diamond is returning to her roots as a writer/performer after an extended hiatus. A veteran of Chicago's spoken-word scene, her poetry chapbook Wanderlust was adapted for the stage by Smoke & Mirror Productions in 2004.
Colette Plum writes narrative non-fiction and is currently writing a memoir about raising her daughters as global nomads. She has a PhD in Chinese history from Stanford University and is a Lit Camp 2015 alumna.
Richie Rowena is an inter-disciplinary artist whose writing, dancing, and choreography have been performed at San Francisco venues including the S.F. Fringe Festival.
Emily Rubin founded Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose in 2005. Her novel, STALINA (Mariner Books) was published in 2011.
Hannah Wood is a fiction writer, playwright and poet originally from Sacramento, CA. She currently lives in NYC, where she has been a featured poet at the Bowery Poetry Club. The beginning of her first novel is set in the singular "City by the Bay." Her reading is dedicated to her uncle, David Goldstein, who lived in the Marina District for 43 years.