Phyllis Green is a graduate of Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA) and the University of Pittsburgh. She studied Creative Writing with Lawrence Hart at the College of Marin.
A Pushcart prize nominee, Micro Award nominee, and Best of Storyacious 2013, Phyllis Green’s stories have been published in Epiphany, Prick of the Spindle, Poydras Review, Bluestem, The Sheepshead Review, The McNeese Review, The Chaffin Journal, Paper Darts, apt, ShatterColors, The Cossack Review, Rougarou, The Examined Life, Hospital Drive, Orion Headless, Dark Matter, Gravel, Goreyesque, and a drama in Mason’s Road; upcoming stories in Rose Red Review, Serving House Journal, EDGE, New Plains Review, WhiskeyPaper, Owen Wister Review, Wicked Words Quarterly, and a novelette at ELJ Publications.
She had two radio plays broadcast on Wisconsin Public Radio; two stage plays produced on Off-Off Broadway and several staged readings in New York City; a one-woman play produced in Portland, Oregon.
At her Author’s Page at Amazon.com there is a list of her 16 books for children, including Nantucket Summer, Wild Violets, Bagdad Ate It (California Young Reader medal), and Eating Ice Cream with a Werewolf (Maud Hart Lovelace award).
She lives in Oregon with her husband.
*In the photograph Phyllis is back row, 3rd from left, with her Oregon and Wisconsin families; the picture is missing her Arkansas family.
Learn more about Phyllis in her Breaking Bread interview here.
For more information about Polly & Veronica, please visit here.