The Wolfpack is a coven of cross-genre, women writers. We are wild and fierce, and we are all Alphas. We invite you to join us in Hunting the Patriarchy.
Hannah Rials is an award winning young adult author. Her debut novel Ascension, published in 2016, is the recipient of the Royal Dragonfly Award and the Benjamin Franklin gold award in New Voice: YA from the Independent Book Publisher’s Association. Her short stories have been published in the Sequoya Review and The Write Launch. She has a B.A. in creative writing from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and is earning her master’s in creative writing from Bath Spa University in England.
Jacquelyn Scott is a writer of creative nonfiction, poetry, and literary and women’s fiction. Her work has appeared in literary magazines such as The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature and The Write Launch. Her poetry has won first place in the Prose in Pink poetry contest, and her creative nonfiction has won the Creative Nonfiction Award. She serves on literary magazines such as upstreet, Spark, Ember, Zetetic, and Sequoya Review, and she is earning her B.A. in creative writing at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Jessica York has published multiple articles for Business Trend and copyedited novel manuscripts for C&R Press. She has experience designing business magazines and creating marketing materials for the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce. Her horror fiction has previously received first place in the Foreign Language Week flash-fiction contest at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she is a current candidate for a master’s in English.
Katie Mitchell is the managing editor of the Signal Mountain Review and a current master’s candidate in creative writing at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She lives in Chattanooga with a black cat that crosses her path daily, making her a full time witch (sorceress if you want to be politically correct).
Tiffany Herron is a published essayist in “Lemonade: The Lecture,” a week-long lecture series on Beyoncé’s album that took place at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She is a master’s candidate in creative writing at UTC, where she is currently working on a collection of eclectic poems and creative non-fiction essays about discovering her Samoan roots.