"THE PROCESS IS SIMPLE. I SIT DOWN AND WRITE."
Born and raised in Metter, Georgia, J.C. Sasser started her professional career at age 12, working as a dishwasher, waitress, and cook at a truck stop off Georgia’s I-16. Over her life, she has worked as an envelope licker, tortoise tagger, lifeguard, Senate page, model, editor, water-polo coach, marine biologist, plant grower, software consultant, and 6-Sigma Black Belt. She is the award winning author of Gradle Bird and her short stories have been published in multiple anthologies. She currently lives in the south Georgia woods in a WWII barracks with her husband, Thomas, along with their two sons, T.C. and Robert Esten, two dogs, Boo Reedy and Batman, and a flock of frenzied chickens.
From left to right: Ray McManus, J.C. Sasser, Dorothy Allison, Julia Elliott