Located at AA-121
Since leaving the corporate world behind Camille Griep has sold short fiction and creative nonfiction to dozens of online and print magazines. She is the Editor of Easy Street and is a senior editor at The Lascaux Review. She is a 2012 graduate of Viable Paradise, a residential workshop for speculative fiction novelists. The director of external communications for Prison Renaissance, she supports the organization’s mission of mentorship and collaboration between free and incarcerated artists to foster empathy.
Her first novel, Letters to Zell, was released in July 2015. Her followup, New Charity Blues, arrived in April 2016.