Meet the Authors: Eve Fisher

Eve Fisher’s mystery stories have appeared regularly (28 and counting) in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, as well as other publications from Tough Crime to Black Cat Mystery Magazine. Her website is; she’s part of the mystery writers’ blog SleuthSayers. Her work is currently being translated into Chinese by a fan in Shanghai. A retired university history professor, Eve still writes historical articles (primarily on patterns in history), including “The $3,500 Shirt—A Lesson in Economics,” which appeared on the BBC and became part of an economics textbook. She also writes science fiction, and “Embraced,” in the Startling Sci-Fi anthology, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Eve is the president of the Alternatives to Violence Project in South Dakota, which puts on monthly weekend-long workshops on non-violence for inmates in South Dakota prisons. She lives in South Dakota with her husband and five thousand books.