Sue Hollister Barr
Always flexible and at ease, Sue Hollister Barr has decades of experience in all aspects of public speaking, including teaching, lecturing, improvising, moderating panels, running workshops, and effectively encouraging audience participation. Her first publishing credits included The New York Times and Twisted, a conventionally published horror novel that's still selling in both its original trade-publication version and her 2015 new author’s edition. (Both are available on Amazon and other locations both online and in brick-and-mortar bookstores.) She was senior editor for a literary agency for ten years, has taught creative writing (with the blessings of state certification to do so), has hosted numerous writers workshops designed to supply precisely detailed constructive criticism, and is an active member of SFWA. Her writing is adult, a touch raunchy/bohemian, and full of the eclectic mix of sentiment and dark humor that best expresses her own personality. Her most recent publication in 2016 is Rococo, a sci fi novella that has been very well reviewed.