Illustration by Plunderpuss
Jessica Laine writes contemporary crime fiction and horror with a Latinx twist. Her work has been published in Literary Mama, Women’s Memoir, and The Norwegian American. She has written stories for the Anthony-nominated crime fiction anthologies, Murder-A-Go-Go’s and Pa’ Que Tu Lo Sepas. Jessica is the winner of the 2017 Sisters in Crime Eleanor Taylor Bland award and the 2016 Mystery Writers of America-Midwest Hugh Holton award.
My short story, “The Sundowner,” is in PA’ QUE TU LO SEPAS, a mystery anthology edited by Angel Luis Colón and published by Down & Out Books. Net proceeds benefit the People of Puerto Rico.