Barbara Miller reaches at the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction Program. She is nationally known for her romance writing and her books have been translated into 14 languages. She has also published mysteries,children's books,novellas, anthologies, and a picture book. She lives in Western PA with her husband and a collection of dogs and cats.
Mary Ann Mogus is a retired physics professor. She has published fiction and nonfiction in local, regional,and national magazines and anthologies. Her interactive mystery plays have been performed as fund raisers. She has published nine books in mysteries and science fiction genre.
Her recent book is Shaman's Blood. She is interested in science, history,archaeology, and forensics.
Ronald J.Shafer is a graduate of the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction program. His work has appeared in local and regional magazines and in anthologies. He enjoys hiking, fishing, reading, and listening to classical music.
Marge Burke is a graduate of the Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction program. She works at three auto dealerships, but juggles two grown children,five grand children, teaches Sunday School and manages to find time to write. Her work has appeared in local and regional magazines and newspapers and anthologies. She has published two historical books: Fields of Blue and Letters to Mary.
Rebecca Dunn works at WCCC and has published in local and regional newspapers, magazines, and anthologies. She has also directed plays for a number of local theater groups. Her degrees are in English and Theater and she has taught at WCCC in addition to her other work at the college.