Andrea L. Rogers is a writer from Tulsa, Oklahoma and a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.  She graduated from the University of Tulsa with a B.A. in English and a minor in Art (emphasis in Photography).  After graduation, Ms. Rogers worked as a Curatorial Assistant to Dr. Lydia Wyckoff at the Philbrook Museum of Art. Along with Marla Redcorn, she spent a year interviewing native artists whose paintings were in Philbrook’s collection.

Writing at the El Rey Inn.

She has three daughters, three chickens and one husband.  Her daughters have two dogs and two cats.  She loves live local music.  Ms. Rogers is a teacher at an all-girls public school in Fort Worth, Texas, and was appointed to the Board of the Fort Worth Public Library by Councilwoman Kelly Allen Gray.

A member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, she is currently revising her first middle grade mystery and working on a series of picture book manuscripts.

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