Mic.com published my essay about racial identity in America. To read the piece go to: https://mic.com/articles/184393/my-mother-passed-for-white-for-most-of-her-life-heres-what-that-taught-me-about-racial-identity#.rFEzGJsmw

Speakers Boutique has invited me to join their speakers bureau. To learn more go to: http://speakersboutique.com/speakers/gail-lukasik/

Ms. Magazine blog published an excerpt from my book, White Like Her: My Family’s Story of Race and Racial Passing. To read the excerpt, go to: http://msmagazine.com/blog/2016/05/17/secrets-and-lies/

Mystery Readers Journal published my article, “Resorting to Murder,” in their Midwestern Mysteries Issue. If you’d like to read why I set the Leigh Girard series in Door County and not Chicago. go to: http://mysteryreaders.org/journal-index/midwestern-mysteries/

My essay, “A Passing Shadow,” was anthologized in Reflections on Nursing: 80 Inspiring Stories on the Art and Science of Nursing, compiled by the American Journal of Nursing. To order, go to: https://www.amazon.com/Reflections-Nursing-Inspiring-Stories…/dp/1496359062

My article on the craft of writing, “Writer, Interrupted,” appeared in the Club Hen House blog, Henery Press. To read the article, go to: http://www.clubhenhouse.com 

WRITES OF PASSAGE: Adventures on the Writer’s Journey won an Agatha Award for Best Nonfiction Book (Sisters in Crime The Writing Life Series, Book 3) To order copies go to: http://amazon.com

HOMELESS, IN MY OWN WORDS: True Stories of Homeless Mothers has been ranking in the top 100 e-books on poverty on Amazon.com. For more information go to: http://www.amazon.com/Homeless-In-Own-Words-ebook/dp/B009CENV2O