Jane Limprecht started writing fiction and creative non-fiction after retiring from a career that included working as a Department of Justice spokeswoman in Washington, D.C.; a legal reporter; and a legislative attorney.

A native Midwesterner, Jane has two grown children and lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and their black dog. She serves as Treasurer for Sisters in Crime’s Chesapeake Chapter and volunteers for the public library and for voter registration and education.

Short Stories

‘”Net Profit and Loss,” Hook, Line, and Sinker: The Seventh Guppy Anthology, 2023

“Make New Friends, But Keep the Old,” Chesapeake Crimes: Invitation to Murder, 2020

“Letter Home,” Distinctly Montana Magazine, Fall 2021

“So Many Visitors in One Room,” Grand Prize, Lewis County (Washington) Writers Guild 2020 Short Story Contest