Tina Bausinger lives in East Texas (the land of Old Yeller) with her husband and son. She teaches English Composition at the University of Texas at Tyler and TylerJunior College, and has won the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Best Short Story award for “Picking Tomatoes.” She’s published multiple times in several venues, including twice in the Chicken Soup for the Soul anthology and has been the editor/compiler of the university’s literary journal The Laurel, as well as a presenter at several education and writing conferences in Dallas and Austin. Last summer, Tina spent three weeks in Shaghai, China and lived to write about it. She also writes for the local newspaper and IN Magazine.
Check out her blog, Southern Chick at http://tinabausingerdotcom.wordpress.com. War Eagle Women is her first novel.