Jackie Ross Flaum

Jackie Ross Flaum’s career began at The Hartford Courant in Connecticut, where she won a statewide competition for editorial writing. After moving to Memphis and abandoning reality for fiction, she took first place for romantic suspense in the 21st River City Romance Writers contest. Her short stories appear in the anthologies, “Elmwood Stories to Die For (2017)” “Mayhem in Memphis (2019)” and “Stories through the Ages: Baby Boomer Plus (2019).” In 2019 her Gummies won second place in the ShortStoryland.com competition. Another story will appear in the spring issue of the literary journal “Backchannels”. Her civil rights era novel “Justice Tomorrow,” will be released in February. She is president of Malice in Memphis, a killer writing group.