At Unread Stories Club, we believe that every story deserves a reader. Our goal is to provide resources for writers, including community events and reader-based feedback, as well as info and commiseration. We’re fighting the myth of the “solitary genius” – for us, writing is collaborative and writers grow only through meaningful interaction with other writers.
Behind the scenes, we are a four-year-old writing group made up of seven women with various writing styles, careers, and quirks. We’re united by our passion for helping other writers and promoting every story.
Who We Are
Learn the riveting story of our writing group's inception here, or read on to learn about the humans behind the scenes.
Emery Ross graduated with a Master's in English from Boise State University in 2017. She has taught first-year writing, advanced nonfiction, and poetry workshops. She worked as a tutor and administrator in the Boise State Writing Center for over four years. Currently, Emery works as an online content developer and freelance writer.
Emery writes creative nonfiction and flash fiction, as well as book reviews and craft articles. Her writing has appeared in Jersey Devil Press, Gravel, Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, and elsewhere. Find her at emery-ross.com.
Emily Fisk is a writer and marketing strategist from Boise, ID.
Her work has appeared across the web and on her blog at emilyfisk.com. She holds a degree in writing from Boise State University. Find her on Instagram @emilyafisk.
Lindsey Hileman is writer and web strategist in Meridian, Idaho. Previously, she ran a content marketing company and worked as a managing editor of two magazines.
She uses her degree in English and communication with a journalism emphasis to write web content for a living and humorous essays about growing up in the ’90s for six people who read her work at peanutblue.com.