Dover Whitecliff was born in the shadow of Fujiyama, raised in the shadow of Olomana, and lives where she can see the shadow of Mt. Shasta if she squints and it’s a really clear day. She is an editor, an analyst, and a jack-of-all-trades, but mostly a writer who has been telling stories since forever, and who won her first ten-speed as a fifth grader with a first place entry into Honolulu Advertiser’s “Why Hawaii Isn’t Big Enough for Litter” contest. Dover is co-editor and continuity maven of the Later Anthologies: Twelve Hours Later, Thirty Days Later, and Some Time Later. The Superspy with the Clockwork Eye, her first solo novel is coming soon. Dover lives in Sacramento, California with her patient husband and several hundred bears.
Photo credits to the amazing Stephen Jacobson for my author photo, and to the ever awesome Eloise Knapp for my cover art (soon to be on the cover of Superspy!)