Photo by Esmee Stewart

Photo by Esmee Stewart

T. Greenwood

T. Greenwood grew up in rural Vermont. She began writing stories at seven years old and wrote her first "novel" at nine on her dad's giant blue electric typewriter.  

Since then, she has published thirteen novels. She has received grants from the Sherwood Anderson Foundation, the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council. She has won three San Diego Book Awards. Five of her novels have been BookSense76/IndieBound picks. Bodies of Water was finalist for a Lambda Foundation award. Her thirteenth novel, Keeping Lucy, was published by St. Martin's Press in August 2019.

She teaches creative writing for San Diego Writer's Ink and online for The Writer's Center. She and her husband, Patrick, live in San Diego, CA with their two daughters during the school year and spend their summers at her family's camp on Newark Pond in Vermont.

She is also a photographer.

 
A baby born less than perfect in the world’s eyes, a mother persuaded that giving up her child is for the best, a lingering bond that pulls and tugs yet will not break. KEEPING LUCY follows a mother willing to give up everything to save the child she’s been told she must forget. This story will have readers not only rooting for Ginny and Lucy, but thinking about them long after the last page is turned.
— Lisa Wingate, #1 NYT Bestselling Author of BEFORE WE WERE YOURS