Welcome back to the “On the Road with Walnut Street Publishing” blog series where you will get to meet some amazing artists and see what WSP has been up to. Buckle up. Get you a snack. And get ready to meet incredible artists and see amazing pictures.

Our first adventure we want to talk about is Con Nooga 2023. We were all hands on deck Friday-Sunday which gave us plenty of time to meet amazing artists, writers, and cosplayers. The featured artist in today’s blog is the talented Tina Ritchie- Illustrator of Dreams, Beasts, and the Untamed Feminine. From coloring books to oil paintings to comic, Tina captures the magic of colors and the art of story telling with her works. Find more of her work on her amazing Etsy shop- Tina Isola Design– and click the icon below to follow her on Instagram:

Tina Ritchie at Con Nooga 2023

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Walnut Street Publishing is a Chattanooga based independent publisher that specializes in amplifying stories from new and experienced authors and artists. We build a bridge for authors and artists to their audience around the world. We do this by creating avenues for talented individuals to publish their work. We believe in working together to help bring stories to life. We specialize in helping new authors find their voice and assist them in the publishing process while also being a solution to experienced authors who want a more personal publisher.

Aaron Quinn

Aaron Quinn

Aaron is a Chattanooga based writer. Writing bios is not his favorite, nor specialty, but here we are together. He hasn’t been unemployed for several years, and stopped dropping out of college after the second try. Whether it’s dancing to The 1975 when no one is looking or engaging with pen and paper, Aaron is inspired by the mad, rad off-kilter moments of life. His works - whether fiction or poetry - are all about creating a snapshot that lingers and haunts. Inspired by Flannery O’Conner, Wiley Cash, and Harry Crews; Aaron’s mind constantly wades in the dark hope of the south. Massive contradictions and bigger questions drive his narratives while he asks his reader one question: “Will you stay with me until the end?”