Cheryl Romo is an award-winning investigative journalist and essayist. She’s the former editor of Common Cause Magazine in Washington, D.C; the editor of The Fortnightly Magazine in Arlington, VA; and served as the editor of Sacramento Magazine. As a novelist, she’s involved in several projects and her first novel, Ruby Hands, involves the apparent murder of a young mother on an Arizona Indian reservation. Published by Sowilo Press, Ruby Hands was the recipient of the prestigious Eludia Award. Romo is also co-author of Biting the Bullet, an anthology published by Chatterhouse Press.