Being impressively short

I hide easily behind curtained veil

Or in tiny couch crevasses

Unseen by most tall males

I’m easily carried around

Or sat upon and squished

But my attitude is impressive

I command a room with flourish

Elsha Hawk is a center-brained, imaginative, pragmatist who errs on the side of optimism. She is a writer, wife, mom, teacher of Middle Schoolers with Severe/Moderate Special Needs, and a go-getter (just another way to say she takes the bull by the horns ♉ ). If she doesn’t have at least 3 irons in the fire, she’s probably bedridden with an incurable disease.

She has dabbled in ebooks, written a few full-length novels (most not to see the light of day), and one (lost forever) screenplay.

Beta Reader extraordinaire! @ElshaHawk – DM on twitter | Verb tense agreer – repetitive word/content sniffer – Typo correcter – spell checker – sarcastic commenter | YA, Sci-Fi, Fantasy novels and short stories | Co-founder of HawkandYoung.com | Browncoat | Ravenclaw |

Winner of “Write to Win” contest Fall 2009

Published in Eclectic Flash 2010

Published in Antimatter Magazine 2017

Published in Rejected Manuscripts 2018

Published in #SFFiction anthology of #vss 2020

She co-authors sci-fi and fantasy stories with Eddie-Joe Young and runs the social media (@HawkandYoung) and website for HawkandYoung.com and HawkandYoung.wordpress.com Join her on ScifaikuSaturday on Twitter or support them on Patreon. They have published in Antimatter Magazine, Anubis Press, Scifaikuest, and Rejected Manuscripts. They have never met in person.

She sometimes writes micro fiction on ficlatte.com.

Look her up on Smashwords! (More to come soon)

Twitter: @ElshaHawk
Facebook: facebook.com/elshahawk
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/elsha-hawk

Patreon: patreon.com/elshahawk

Instagram: elsha.hawk


She has never seen the ocean, though her favorite animal (and patronus) is a dolphin, and she has never met her co-author in person.

“A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.” Herm Albright (1876 – 1944)

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