Molly Ringle has been writing fiction for over twenty
years. She became fascinated with the colorful weirdness of the Greek myths as a kid, and after writing several other novels of love and the paranormal, she finally wrote the Persephone-and-Hades story that had been evolving in her head all those years. It turned into a trilogy, much to her surprise.
With her intense devotion to humor, she was proud to win the grand prize in the 2010 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest with one (intentionally) terrible sentence. She has studied anthropology (University of Oregon, Clark Honors College) and linguistics (University of California, Davis). Molly lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and sons, and honestly loves the rainy climate there.
Video: Molly talks about Persephone’s Orchard and the writing life for “Words, Writers, and West Seattle” lecture series, September 2014
Blog interview: On being a small-press author at Central Avenue Publishing, August 2012
Audio: Talking to radio show “Definitely Not the Opera" about winning the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, November 2011
Video: Appearance on “Art Zone with Nancy Guppy," September 2010