G. Lynn Brown, originally from New Jersey, now living in Tennessee, is a published writer and poet, whose work can be found in various literary journals, including Fictionette (where her short story, "The Reason Caramels Make Me Cry," won the Star Prize Entry Award, April '23), Monday Microfiction Magazine, Paragraph Planet, Rejection-Letters and others. Her story, "Passing the Torch," made the Australian Writers Centre Furious Fiction Contest longlist (June '23), and in November 2024, she will have her microfiction, "Submerged," published in Vine Leaves Press's "50 Give or Take Anthology." She is a contributing author at Friday Flash Fiction, where her 100-word tale, "Her Best Bud," was recently chosen Editor's Choice. G. Lynn has a passion for creativity that has bubbled within her since childhood and, in adulthood, her writing is more than a hobby, but serves as a form of therapy, allowing her to escape the stresses of day-to-day life. She appreciates all those who read her stories and poems, and hopes they enjoy reading them as much as she does writing them.