Beverle Graves Myers made a mid-life career switch from psychiatry to full-time writing. A graduate of the University of Louisville with a BA in History and an MD, she worked at a public mental health clinic before her first Tito Amato novel was published in 2004.
Bev also writes short stories set in a variety of times and places. Her stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Woman's World, and numerous anthologies. She has earned nominations for the Macavity Award, Kentucky Literary Award, and Derringer Award.
Bev and husband Lawrence live in Louisville and share their home with a rascal beagle-basset hound named Carlo.
Bev in the Venetian Ghetto (2007)
Louisville Civic Ballet--about a hundred years ago
I Love Halloween!