Virginia Nosky is a novelist as well as a screenwriter and an award-winning poet. A 25 year resident of Arizona, she frequently sets her stories in Phoenix and the Southwest. She has worked in advertising and broadcasting. Virginia was a long-time docent at the Phoenix Art Museum, and she now serves on the Women’s Board of the ArizonaKidney Foundation and on the foundation’s Board of Trustees. Virginia currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.


About the Author

A person’s history is who they are, so I’ll fill you in on my life.
Born Houston Texas, on June 27 at 8:03 p.m., making me a Cancer – creative, thank heavens, home-loving, romantic, moon child, water sign, birthstone pearl. I’m the middle child [ah!] of a sister and brother. But my father was a Midwesterner and my mother a New Yorker, so we didn’t stay in the Southwest. We lived in Chicago’s suburbs for a time, but eventually settled in my father’s home state of Ohio, where I did the rest of my growing up.