Chantelle Aimée Osman is an editorial consultant with 22 Literary and the former editor-in-chief of RT Book Reviews. She is also an award-winning mystery writer. Her numerous short stories and flash fiction have appeared in anthologies, literary journals and e-zines. She is an Anthony Award nominee for The Sirens of Suspense blog, a contributor to Suspense Magazine, and has served as editor for several successful anthologies and judge for ITW awards. She teaches writing at the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University. Previously, she was the head of business affairs and development for production companies in Hollywood and is a recurring judge for the Phoenix Film Festival screenplay competition. Chantelle holds a law degree from Arizona State University, and degrees in Psychology, French and Art History. She speaks five languages and divides her time between New York and Arizona.
Chantelle is an editorial consultant and mentor for Authors at Large and will give talks and lead workshops at our retreats.