Alison Nissen is a writer who does daily battle with dog hair and laundry. She has taught collegiate composition and literature classes for over a decade. Currently, she is a Professor at Southeastern University and the managing partner of 3DogTales Productions, a full-service Ghostwriting, Editing, Coaching, and Publishing company.
Alison is a graduate of both Denison University and Norwich University with a BA and MA in Literature and chairs Lakeland Writers, a Florida Writers Association chapter. She was the winner of the 2016 Royal Palm Literary Awards Unpublished Autobiography/Memoir for Resolve, Courage, Hope. She was also the runner-up for the 2014 US Department of Interior’s National Park Service Big Cypress poetry contest. Her works can be found in the anthologies Looking Life in the Eye and Stories for All Seasons, the Florida Writers Association Blog, The Florida Writer, and the MDA/ALS Magazine. Follow her Tales from the Laundry Room @ alisonnissen.com.