Ruth Francisco's Writings
This is a fact: Epublishing is revolutionizing publishing, an event no less important to intellectual discourse than the penny newspapers of the nineteenth century. In February, after a year of shopping my latest novel "Amsterdam 2012" to New York publishers, and being turned down for being “too controversial,” I decided to upload it to Kindle. I...
Shooter, a story by Ruth Francisco He swam up out of his dream to the drone of helicopters. His sheets, damp and sticky, tangled around his naked legs and held him fast. As he struggled to break free, a howl of panic rose in his throat that seemed to mirror a dog baying outside. Again and again the howl swelled in his chest, pressing against his...
Ruth Francisco worked in the film industry for fifteen years before selling her first novel Confessions of a Deathmaiden to Warner Books in 2003, followed by Good Morning, Darkness, which was selected by Publishers' Weekly as one of the best mysteries of the...