E.K. Singer began her writing career as a journalist: for twenty years she served as a magazine editor, freelance writer, and administrator in academia. She even was known to pop into a K-12 classroom to substitute teach occasionally. Now, she crafts corporate editorial by day and love stories by night.
In fiction, Singer has a contemporary romance in the short story anthology Friends to Lovers Vol 2 from Violet Gaze Press (London). Other recent short stories have appeared in Two Sisters Writing & Publishing, the Celtic fantasy anthology Neon Druid (Mt. Misery Press, December 2018), and the literary journal Nitrogen House. Her first novel, WHISKEY SHORES, a 1920s/Prohibition historical romance set in rural Minnesota, is in query. WHISKEY SHORES recently won in the Romance Through the Ages contest.
Singer is former writing fellow with The Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Florida, studied politics and international relations at the University of Nottingham in Nottingham, England, and holds a degree in political science and identity studies (then called women’s studies) from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. She is a member of the Minnesota Historical Society, the Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA), and The Author’s Guild.
When not writing or reading, Singer is probably lost in the woods, cheering on a Minnesota hockey team (go Huskies! go Whitecaps! go Wild!), or making a mess in the kitchen in her home in Minnesota.
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