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Jessica Bell

Jessica Bell
Location
Athens, Attica, Greece
Birthday
December 31
Bio
Jessica Bell grew up in Melbourne, Australia, to two gothic rock musicians who had successful independent careers during the '80s and early '90s. She spent much of her childhood travelling to and from Australia to Europe, experiencing two entirely different worlds, yet feeling equally at home in both environments. She currently lives in Athens, Greece and works as a freelance writer/editor for Hellenic American Union, Cengage Learning, Pearson Education, Education First and Signature Manuscripts. Jessica Bell's poetry and short stories have been published in various anthologies and Literary Magazines. A full list can be found on her website. Additionally, she has written various English textbook materials and is also a singer/songwriter/guitarist. Ms. Bell's experience as an Australian living in Greece has greatly influenced her writing. Jessica Bell has a Bachelor of Arts from Latrobe University, where she studied subjects such as modern English literature, fiction writing, nonfiction writing, screenplay writing, editing and publishing children's literature, myth and ideology, and 18th-century romanticism.

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Salon.com
APRIL 28, 2012 10:34AM

A sad sad day for many authors ...

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Unfortunately, my publisher, Lucky Press, has ceased publication. It's a very sad day for us all. We were a very close-knit family and I will always remember my time working with Janice Phelps Williams with fondness. I wish you the best with your future endeavors, Janice! And I hope to stay in touch with the authors too. To see a list of Lucky Press Authors, click here.

If you're now wondering what is going to happen to my novel, String Bridge, well ... it won't be available to purchase from Monday, April 30. But I'm telling you now, I will travel through hell and high water get it back into the market as soon as possible.

Have a great weekend, all. And remember, all good things come to an end.

But that's just a sign to seek out something even better.

PS: If you're here from A-Z, my Y post is below.

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