“A film, a piece of theatre, a piece of music, or a book can make a difference. It can change the world.” -Alan Rickman

Caitlyn Grey is ready to enter the professional world of writing and publishing with her novel, Lost Girls. As a recent college graduate, she spent her four years there refining her craft in English, creative writing, and communication. She spent time as a journalist, editorial staff member and then editor-in-chief with her university’s literary magazine. With 10+ creative pieces printed among various publications, Grey is excited about her first full-length novel entering production.

As a lover of what most would find obscure, Grey prides herself on her unique and quirky personality. She credits her love for all things horror and paranormal to all of the Stephen King, Wes Craven, and Edgar Allan Poe works she started experiencing at the tender age of eight. While most children her age were playing with friends, she was making up stories of shadow figures appearing at the foot of a child’s bed in the middle of the night. The rest, as the story goes, is history. Now, fifteen years later, Grey has devoted her life to scaring the next generation, as her idols had for her.