Camille Griep lives just north of Seattle with her partner, Adam, and their dog Dutch(ess). Born in Billings, Montana, she moved to Southern California to attend Claremont McKenna College, graduating with a dual degree in biology and literature. In late 2011, she took a hiatus from corporate research to devote more time to fiction. She has since sold short fiction and creative nonfiction to dozens of online and print magazines. She is a senior editor at The Lascaux Review and managing editor of the nonfiction magazine Easy Street. She is a graduate of Viable Paradise, a residential workshop for speculative fiction novelists. She can be found on twitter @camillethegriep and at www.camillegriep.com
Letters to Zell is her first novel.