Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Sedeora lives in Morton, Illinois. Biography: Irene Sedeora is a published poet and writer of short stories, Sedeora lives with her husband in their ranch house near a ravine that is home to ground hogs, possums, skunks, raccoons, coyotes, and deer that sometimes venture into their backyard looking for lunch. The critters like the roses.
- James Jones Short Story Award winner in the Seventh Annual Illinois Emerging Writers Competition of the Illinois Center for the Book, 2011
Irene Sedeora on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=irene+sedeora
|A hunting she did go
ISBN: 9781490478654 OCLC: 870442409 Tiger Lily Books, [Place of publication not identified] : ©2013. On an October day while doing Tai Chi in her Illinois backyard, trouble comes like a tsunami for Davina Reed former flower child of the '60s. Thirty years after her hippie days she gets a cell phone call about the welfare of her beloved brother, Jed, one of three scientists who have received media attention for the development of a birth control serum for deer. Led by Weasel on the internet, some radical deer hunters are mad enough to kill over the scientists' development of the birth control serum they fear will bring the end to deer hunting. After finding Jed dead with an arrow stuck in his chest, Davina vows to find his killer. Can she warn the two remaining scientists in time to save their lives? Can Davina find Jed's killer without ending up dead?