Welcome to Allison Renner Writes

Allison Renner is a writer, editor, ghostwriter-for-hire, librarian, and photographer. She has been blogging since 2008, freelance writing since 2009, editing since 2010, and reviewing books since 2013.

While fiction writing is her passion, she loves workshopping and editing the works of others, from fiction to academic papers, and everything in between. She has worked as a freelance editor, a priority editor for Flash Fiction Magazine, and as a reader and Publicity & Reviews Manager for Split/Lip Press.

Allison Renner’s first book, Library Volunteers: A Practical Guide for Librarians, was published by Rowman & Littlefield on May 15, 2019.

This work was inspired by Allison’s history as a volunteer for various nonprofits, but especially by her library background. After starting in libraries as a volunteer herself, she has worked as a teen services librarian in a large public library system, and as a school librarian in public and private elementary schools. She has used volunteers in all of these settings, and is grateful for the chance to help others learn how they can maximize volunteers’ efforts.

Recent Publications

No Place Like Home published by Atlas and Alice 8/1/2022

The Man Who Would published by Livina Press 6/17/2022

At Least I Have Nothing published by Rejection Letters 4/27/2022

Witches Do That Sometimes published by MicroLit Almanac 4/26/2022

Freshman published by Discretionary Love 3/27/2022

The Song That Almost Didn’t Happencompeted in March Faxness, March 2022

How to Develop Characters in Flash Fictionpublished by Flash Fiction Magazine, 2/9/2022

FERAL, issue 12, photography

vulnerary magazine, THAW, photography

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