FAITH PHILLIPS is a best-selling author, publisher, and television producer. Her work includes fiction and non-fiction books, rock & roll reviews, and a variety of print and online essays. Raised by feral hillbillies in the foothills of the Ozark mountains, she created the sub-genre “Okie Noir”. This form of storytelling expresses the grief, survival, transformation, and rebirth of people living in the Cherokee Nation.
We descend from migrants, troubadours, outlaws, and survivors of attempted genocide. We remain to tell our own stories, often with a dose of humor to soften the blows.
More about Faith and her books can be found at her website Read Books by Faith.
ERYNN CRITTENDEN is a professional poet, copywriter and content creator. She has a degree in creative writing with a minor in media studies. She enjoys playing video games, drinking strong coffee and spending time with her loved ones.
Erynn will have on sale her dark poetry collection By the Bones, which is guaranteed to keep the Halloween spirit alive all year.
For more information about Erynn, go to her website LadyErynn.com.
NATALIE FERRINGTON is the author of Dogs Don’t Wear Socks! After spending most of her life with her nose stuck in a book, she decided it was time to write her very own. She lives in Tulsa with her husband and their three children, along with her two pups, Mena and Millie.
Visit natalieferrington.com where you can find blog posts on book suggestions and craft activities to go along with Dogs Don’t Wear Socks! and her new book Dogs Don’t Like Sisters.
DAVID JENNINGS, Broken Arrow, is a local physician of rehabilitation medicine at the VA Medical Center. Before entering medicine, he studied English and earned a BA from the University of Arkansas. He began writing verse, paired with original photographs, a few years ago and continues to enjoy doing so now–most often between the hours of 4:30 and 7:00 AM before leaving for work.
“The Smallest Hint” is David’s first book. It is a collection of original photographs paired with poetry. David’s work has been published in many poetry journals in the past, including The Lyric, Byline, Anathema Review and others. You can read more about David at his website.
SHAUN PERKINS is the founder/director of the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry. She has published a variety of books and writes regularly for her email list, the Territory Tellers, a local newspaper The Paper and more. She co-hosts the museum’s podcast Wacky Poem Life.
Shaun will have several poetry books for sale, particularly her series The Book With. These are detective stories in verse, inspired by Erle Stanley Gardener’s Perry Mason novels, and by the love of books and the things that people write inside their books.