Gypsie-Ami Offenbacher-Ferris lives in Southport, NC, USA. She is a twice published poet in Cameron Art Museum’s Writers Respond to Art Program and was awarded the Certificate of Completion for completing the 2021 - 24 Hour Poetry Marathon. Her poem Wheels was published in the 2021 - 24 Hour Poetry Marathon Anthology. Ami writes flash fiction, short stories, creative non-fiction and fiction as well as poetry. Her short story, Conversations With My Neighbor is published in the anthology, Trouble, by Daniel Boone Publishing. Ami recently completed her first chapbook of poetry titled Reflections - Of A Woman’s Life. She has written two stage plays to date and is currently working on completing her second action/adventure/romance preternatural novel. Ami is a member in good standing with NCWN (North Carolina Writer’s Network) and WSW (Winston-Salem Writer’s). She is a contributing member of several local and out of state writers groups. Ami is known to her closest friends and relatives as Gypsie.