Carrie O'Connor is a fourth-generation native of Honolulu, who moved to the frozen North, otherwise known as Wisconsin. She has worked in the writing and editing industry for nearly two decades. At her day job, she is a full-time medical editorial assistant. She also has a freelance business. When not combing through stylebooks, she writes fiction. Her short stories have been published or are forthcoming in the following journals: Bamboo Ridge: Journal of Hawai'i Literature and Arts, Newfound Journal, The Vehicle -- A literary magazine of Eastern Illinois University, Bartleby Snopes, Wild Violet and Auscult: A Literary Journal of the Medical College of Wisconsin.
More information about me: http://carrieoconnor1.brandyourself.com/
I am a fourth-generation native of Honolulu. When I began to write fiction I was fortunate in that Bamboo Ridge Press established a vibrant literary community. I was influenced by Nora Okja Keller, Lois-Ann Yamanaka, Cathy Song, Marie Hara and Juliet Kono.
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