"ATL Mysteries: The Disappearance of Eliot Wiley" was written by local writer Anne Corbitt.
Anne Corbitt received her MFA in Fiction from the University of Mississippi on the John and Renée Grisham Fellowship. Her work has appeared in One Story, The Greensboro Review, Fifth Wednesday, Fourth River, and others.
She lives in Atlanta and teaches writing at Kennesaw State University. Her first novel, Rules for Lying, was released by Southeast Missouri State University Press in 2016, as the winner of the Nilsen Literary Prize.
Rules for Lying is available for purchase on Amazon. Link below.
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