C.C. Fuller spends her time reading to children as a school librarian and as a mom to her two story-loving children. In addition, she writes poetry and children’s books. She began writing in high school, continued through University and studied as a poet at the Breadloaf Writers’ Conference in Vermont.

After living and working in Washington DC, C.C. moved with her husband to a flower farm an hour outside of the city. "Those were the flower days," C.C. fondly remembers. After two babies and 10 years spent in a successful circle of raising children, flowers and designing events the family packed up and headed for the town of Warrenton where they reside today. "I left the beauty of flowers for the allure of books and community." 

Her poetry has been published in Taproot Magazine and Poets Reading the News.


You can contact C.C. Fuller here.