Born in Sydney, Australia. I've been writing since I was five years old. I've spent a lot of time figuring out how to write novels. I am the founding editor of SCRIBBLE magazine.
Writing Interests, Goals & Published Works:
I mostly write fiction, though I have had both non-fiction and fiction as well as poetry published. My work has appeared in Baltimore magazine, Chesapeake Life magazine, Lite Literary Newspaper and other venues. One of my articles, co-written with Olga Dugan, appears in Cheryl Dellasega's book "Mean Girls Grown Up." My most recent publication is my short story "Imprints," which appears in the anthology "New Lines From the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers."
Ways BAF Might Be Helpful To You:
I'm always happy to meet other writers, plus I'm always looking for great submissions for "Scribble."
Hi Sherry, I drove a friend the length of the Mornington Peninsula today in delightful sunshine. We lunched at a resort called Sorrento. Such a pleasurable thing to do.
Les has asked for photos, so when I get a moment I'll post some. Thanks for the contact
Hi Sherry, I have just finished a feature story on the goldfields up around Maryborough and Dunolly. Did quite a bit of research for it. We often visit the area on our metal detecting trips. Any suggestions where I might offer it in the US?
Many thanks, Sherry. I'll follow up your suggestions and await any others you can add. Would love to read some of your work.
At 12:33pm on September 14, 2008, Gary Greer said…
Yes, how pleasing. You were missed this year, but, a number of people have assured me, you will not be forgiven again. Would love to see you before then, though. By chance, are you planning to attend the new event, the fall gathering at Wildacres? Meeting Lois Gray was a highlight for me this year. As you may have heard, we "performed" together under Judi's direction at the Gong Show. Hoping to stay in touch,
At 12:39pm on September 14, 2008, Gary Greer said…
Here's a little memento from 2007.
Sherry, I am not sure that the actual photo was uploaded. If you will send me your regular email address, I can send the photo(s) a different way.
Hi, Sherry. Something has been wrong with computer this week. This is the first time I've been able to get the link to WriteNow comments to open without freezing my laptop. It's great to hear from you. I missed you last year. I hope, hope you'll be on the mountain this year.
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