Our 3d sim, Milk Wood, is managed by the following group of dedicated writers:
In Second Life®, Almo is a part of the Milk Wood Writers’ Consortium and is co-founder of Alibi Projects, a company that writes and produces machinima.
Almo is married in first and second lives to the patient Graceful Schumann.
Throughout her writing career, Rae has written comic book and film related articles which have appeared in online publications such as Comic Stack, Suite101, CinemaGap and Dark Moon Rising. Her manuscript, Hotel Sunset, won an Honorable Mention award in the 73rd Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition. Under various pen names, she has written books, novellas and short stories that run the genre gamut of science fiction, fantasy, short romance noir and paranormal romance and many more waiting to drip onto the page.
As an avid reader and viewer of science fiction, romance and fantasy since she was young, Rae enjoys merging the genres to create an adventurous reading experience in her own work. Throughout her writing career, she has garnered credits writing movie reviews, fiction and articles on the comic book and film industry.
Currently she is writing the Ashen Twilight Trilogy, the Cimmerian Duology and a few standalone stories and books. She also leads a novel writing class in Second Life® and a short story workshop for both aspiring and veteran authors alike.
Aspiring to release the inner child is accepted without question in the writer, regardless of age. Harriet conceded her inner child to pixels and created the celtic-inspired literary sim of Virtual Writers, Inc. in 2007.
When she’s not tending her virtual rose garden or fighting off fairies, she finds time to work on her first novel, The Elephant Collector, a spooky middle-grade mystery called The Secrets of Chaw Gully and a book of poetry.
Harriet has published non-fiction articles, short stories, poetry and is a dab hand at greetings cards.
She lives in the wild’s of Dartmoor, England with a long-suffering husband and two smelly cats.
As a professional in the field of education Cathy’s career is dependent upon writing. She writes something daily. It may be a proposal, an overview of technology, an email, or her personal blog. Her love for writing started with a love of the written word in books, poetry, and now the Web. Being able to write, self-publish, and get feedback on her writing via other writers in Second Life® is a dream come true for her.
Ginger lives in Midwestern Canada and is currently working on her MBA. She has been writing for as long as she can remember in real life and considers Second Life® a great place to find community, meet people with similar interests and keep writing honest and fun.
Ginger has been published in the Fib Review, the Shot Glass Journal and Steampunk Magazine.
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