About the Author

Emma Pearl Ramsey is a Creative Writing student at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX, and has been writing as long as she can remember.  Growing up with six sibling in the Piney Woods of East Texas, she learned to read at a young age and has never stopped.  She loves Charles Dickens and Agatha Christie, T.S. Eliot, Sylvia Plath and Langston Hughes, and is passionate about writing, about words and images and stories.  She is a lyricist as well as a poet and writer, and her song, "Color Me" was awarded second prize in the Tyler Morning Telegraph's 2009 Song of Faith Contest.  Emma's writing has been published in SFA's Literary Journal, Humid, volumes IV and V, as well the bi-annual chapbooks published by SFA's "Subplots: Friends of Creative Writers".

Emma is a creator at heart, and has been involved in various creative endeavors outside of writing.  Follow the links below to read more about them.

Rambellwood - The farm where Emma and her siblings grew up, and the title they gave to their indie band. Visit rambellwood.com to read more.

The Photographer: How the Rain Falls - an independent film created by Emma's older brother, Sam, and their family.  Emma co-wrote the screenplay with Sam.