Carrie Callaghan is an author of historical novels. She lives in Maryland with her family.
Tara Campbell, author of Midnight at the Organporium, is a writer, teacher, Kimbilio Fellow, and fiction editor at Barrelhouse. She has received the Larry Neal Writer’s Award, Mayor’s Arts Award, and fellowships from the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities. She has an MFA from American University.
Tamika L. Carey is a rhetorician, writer, and teacher researching African American and feminist rhetorics. She is the author of Rhetorical Healing: The Reeducation of Contemporary Black Womanhood, and an associate professor of English at the University of Virginia.
Karen A. Chase, author of Carrying Independence, and a Daughter of the American Revolution (DAR), is a 2019 Virginia Humanities fellow in residency at the Library of Virginia. Originally from Canada, Karen is an independent scholar/author chasing histories from Richmond, VA.
Sara Collins, author of The Confessions of Frannie Langton, is of Jamaican descent, studied law at the London School of Economics and worked as a lawyer for seventeen years before turning to fiction writing. She completed a master of studies in creative writing at Cambridge University.