Ellyn Siegel is a fiction writer living in New York City. (after many years of living in the SF Bay area, she has returned to her roots on the East Coast.)

Her first Sci-Fi novel “Blue Pearl” set fifty years in the future, is now available on Amazon and Kindle.

She is currently writing short stories, as well as an ongoing series of Mysteries, narrated by SF Missing Persons Detective, Richard “don’t call me Dick” Emerson.

“Emerson Mysteries” books One thru Seven, are now available on Amazon and Kindle:

Her poem “Flat Tire” was published in “Father and I” by Wingless Dreamer Publishing.

Her short story “A shot glass full of flowers” was published in GreenPrints magazine:


Previous incarnations include: Tech Recruiter, Illustrator and Advertising Copywriter.

Member of California Writers Club.

Note: All photos on this blog were taken by Ellyn Siegel.

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