Ginger B. Collins is a published author of short fiction and creative non-fiction.
Cruising World Magazine and Living Aboard Magazine have published her slice-of-wave sailing tales, and
Ginger's travel articles have appeared in both The Atlanta Journal Constitution and The Cincinnati Inquirer, including a two-part story in the Inquirer about a
trip to China in the middle of the SARS epidemic.
Ginger's short stories have been
published online by Scratch, LunchHour Stories Literary Magazine and Writer's
Advice, and appear in two anthologies published by Silver Boomer Books.
The personal essay, REASON TO BELIEVE appears in Voices of Alcoholism one of the
"Voices of" series published by LaChance Publishing. Learn more about the published work.
Avid offshore sailors, Ginger and husband Melvin spend summers sailing Atlantic
Maritime anchorages and the distant shorelines around their home on Cape Breton Island,
Nova Scotia. Winters are spent in Atlanta or in the North Carolina mountains.