Margo L. Dill
Margo L. Dill is the author of Finding My Place: One Girl's Strength at Vicksburg (http://margodill.com/blog/buy-finding-my-place/), a middle-grade historical fiction novel set during the U. S. Civil War. She is also a freelance writer, editor, speaker, and teacher, living in St. Louis, Missouri. Her work has appeared in publications such as Grit, Pockets, True Love, Fun for Kidz, Missouri Life, ByLine Magazine, and The Chicago Tribune. She is a columnist, instructor, and editor for WOW! Women On Writing. She is the memoir editor at High Hill Press and the book review columnist for the Sunday Books page in The News-Gazette. High Hill Press will publish her children’s picture book, Lucy and the Red Ribbon Week Adventure, and she will also have a picture book out from Guardian Angel Publishing in the next couple years. She writes a blog called, Read These Books and Use Them, (http://margodill.com/blog/) for parents, teachers, and librarians. She owns her own copyediting business, Editor 911. (http://www.margodill.com/editor911.html)
She loves speaking to writing groups, teachers, and young writers and has presented several workshops to all ages. When she's not writing or speaking, she loves spending time with her husband, stepson, daughter, and dog—Chester, a boxer. You can find out more about Margo by visiting her website: www.margodill.com.