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Writer's Digest: 2013 Best Writing Websites (2013)

  • By Victoria Mixon

    Terisa Green is the author of Ink: The Not-Just-Skin-Deep Guide to Getting a Tattoo and The Tattoo Encyclopedia: A Guide to Choosing Your Tattoo, which have sold over 45,000 copies. Green is widely considered the #1 national expert on tattooing and has been interviewed in the news, on radio, and on television “more times than I can count.” She is a professional archaeologist in LA, where she has lectured on archaeology at UCLA and worked at the Cotsen Institute under the direction of Dr. Ernestine S. Elster (who addresses me—”This is for you, Victoria!”—in this charming story about meeting Agatha Christie). In the 1990s, Green and her husband owned and operated their own Internet Service Provider (ISP).

    Green has been published by Simon & Schuster, Penguin, Cosmopolitan, Playboy, and The New York Times. She is represented by Dystel and Goderich Literary Management.

    Green is currently at work on her futuristic techno-shaman sci-fi/fantasy series, along with a science thriller, mystery, speculative fiction and dystopian sci-fi.












    As M. Terry Green, she now writes the Olivia Lawson sci-fi/fantasy series, based on her expertise in both technology and archaeology. Olivia Lawson, Techno-Shaman, works in a futuristic LA society where shamans equipped with virtual-reality technology venture between the worlds of the multi-verse to retrieve lost souls. Green’s first novel, Shaman, Healer, Heretic, was a semi-finalist in Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award with acclaim from Amazon as well as Publisher’s Weekly and Midwest Book Review.

    I worked with Green on developing her new speculative fiction series.

    Green says:

    “It’s a hell of a lot easier to be in the writing trenches when you’ve got my back. The most awesome writing advice I can give to anybody: Victoria Mixon.”

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MILLLICENT G. DILLON, represented by Harold Ober Associates, is the world's expert on authors Jane and Paul Bowles. She has won five O. Henry Awards and been nominated for the PEN/Faulkner. I worked with Dillon on her memoir, The Absolute Elsewhere, in which she describes in luminous prose her private meeting with Albert Einstein to discuss the ethics of the atomic bomb. Read more. . .


BHAICHAND PATEL, retired after an illustrious career with the United Nations, is now a journalist based out of New Dehli and Bombay, an expert on Bollywood, and author of three non-fiction books published by Penguin. I edited Patel’s best-selling debut novel, Mothers, Lovers, and Other Strangers, published by PanMacmillan. Read more. . .


LUCIA ORTH is the author of the debut novel, Baby Jesus Pawn Shop, which received critical acclaim from Publisher’s Weekly, NPR, Booklist, Library Journal and Small Press Reviews. I have edited a number of essays and articles for Orth. Read more. . .


SCOTT WARRENDER is a professional musician and Annie Award-nominated lyricist specializing in musical theater. I work with Warrender regularly on his short stories and debut novel, Putaway. Read more. . .


STUART WAKEFIELD is the #1 Kindle Best Selling author of Body of Water, the first novel in his Orcadian Trilogy. Body of Water was 1 of 10 books long-listed for the Polari First Book Prize. I edited Wakefield's second novel, Memory of Water, and look forward to editing the final novel of his Orcadian Trilogy, Spirit of Water. Read more. . .


ANIA VESENNY, represented by Beverly Slopen Literary Agency, is a recipient of the Evelyn Sullivan Gilbertson Award for Emerging Artist in Literature and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. I edited Vesenny's debut novel, Swearing in Russian at the Northern Lights, and her second novel, Sandara. Read more. . .


TERISA GREEN, represented by Dystel and Goderich Literary Management, is widely considered the foremost American authority on tattooing through her tattoo books published by Simon & Schuster, which have sold over 45,000 copies. Under the name M. TERRY GREEN, she writes her techno-shaman sci-fi/fantasy series. I am working with Green to develop a new speculative fiction series. Read more. . .


GERALDINE EVANS is a best-selling British author. Her historical novel, Reluctant Queen, is a Category No 1 Best Seller on Amazon UK. I edited Death Dues, #11 in Evans' fifteen popular Rafferty and Llewellyn cozy police procedurals, which received a glowing review from the Midwest Book Review. Read more. . .


JUDY LEE DUNN is an award-winning marketing blogger. I am working with Dunn to develop and line edit her memoir of reconciling liberal activism with her emotional difficulty accepting the lesbianism of her beloved daughter, Tonight Show comedienne Kellye Rowland. Read more. . .


LISA MERCADO-FERNANDEZ writes literary novels of love, loss, and friendship set in the small coastal towns of New England. I edited Mercado-Fernandez' debut novel, The Shoebox, published through Abbott Press, and her up-coming The Eighth Summer. Read more. . .


LEN JOY is the author of the debut novel, American Past Time. I worked with Len to develop his novel from its core: a first chapter short story that agents had told him to throw away. Read more. . .


In addition, I work with dozens of aspiring writers in their apprenticeship to this literary art and craft.

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