Sheila Williams was born in Columbus, Ohio in a year that’s none of your business.
She is a reformed corporate borg (she drank the Kool-Aid but it made her sick), loves to read, listen to music (most kinds), travel and eat popcorn, preferably served dripping with butter. Sheila has two very silly dogs and lives in northern Kentucky.
Sheila is the author of Dancing on the Edge of the Roof, On the Right Side of a Dream, The Shade of My Own Tree and Girls Most Likely. She is a contributor to an anthology entitled A Letter For My Mother, compiled and edited by her friend, writer Nina Foxx.
Listen to an interview with Sheila Williams
Author Sheila Williams joins Elaine Diehl to talk about seeing her words turned into a film, as well as her upcoming project with the Cincinnati Opera. Listen on Cincinnati Public Radio