Photo by Casie Jones Photography

Photo by Casie Jones Photography

Joy E. Rancatore

Joy E. Rancatore writes fiction, nonfiction and everything in between. When she's not doing horrible things to her characters or dreaming up faery creatures and fantastic weapons, she beats her husband at card games, homeschools her two children, snuggles her two stinky dogs and lets her cat, Tolkien, do whatever he wants. They'd prefer to live in Middle-earth or Narnia or Hogwarts or in a galaxy far, far away; but, for now, they live across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans.

Joy began early as a writer and reader (which came first is a bit hazy). She entered the professional writing world at age sixteen with a small-town weekly newspaper where the editor consistently ran her byline as Joe E. A double major in Journalism and English offered a choice—pursue her dream to be an author or actually make money with words. She chose money. She wrote for a total of five newspapers before joining the dark side of public relations. After the birth of her first child, Joy freelanced for magazines, businesses and fellow writers as a writer, editor and proofreader.

After battling Doubt for nearly a decade, she broke free to run toward her dream of authorship and found herself choosing the Indie Author route, which led to the launch of Logos & Mythos Press


Mea Smith

Meagan (Mea) Smith lives in a wooden house on a hill and trips over a multitude of cats while parenting her two rambunctious boys. When she mentally floats too far from home, her cherished husband ushers her back and then grills her chicken for dinner. She has a Master’s in English and sometimes scares college students with her passion for semicolons; she fell for their cunning in high school.

Mea believes love doesn’t deter hateful things from happening, but it always conquers them. Because of this, she creates fictional content tinted with hope set in contemporary and/or fantastical places. Her nonfiction focuses on writing craft for authors delivered with kindness and honesty. Her poetry is based on a true story. Always.

You can find Mea on her back porch watching fireflies flicker or on Instagram @measmithwrites. You can reach her website by clicking the button below.

Photo submitted by Mea Smith

Photo submitted by Mea Smith

 
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