When a boss told her she should write, Janice Greene took his suggestion to heart. After a couple of writing courses and several failed attempts, she had over 52 hi-lo stories published, both original fiction and adaptations. She’s also been published in The San Francisco Chronicle, where she worked as the letters editor. Her latest piece for The Chronicle is The Amazing Girls of Teen Fiction.
She’s currently finishing up a young adult novel, THEY SHOT FRANK ROONEY ON A FULL MOON NIGHT, a Romeo and Juliet story set in 1869. She’s also plotting her next story, LOST IN THE SPIRIT HOUSE, for middle-grade readers.