Using a variety of heteronyms, Geneva Chapman writes in a number of genres, including horror fiction, theatre, poetry, self-help, inspirational, and professional curricula. Four decades of working as an educator, over three in the theatre, and two working as a journalist has given this author an eclectic writing style that is both urban and down-to-earth. She moves easily from writing curriculum for staff who provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities in her curriculum materials to writing in Nigritic Ebonics in her first novel. Her self-help books are short, motivational volumes that inspire and enlighten. Her plays and poetry show the range of her artistry whether she's writing about an iconic historical figure or a deranged serial killer or giving a tongue-in-cheek tribute to a popular writer/director while giving a lesson on legitimate theatre to the uninitiated. First and foremost Geneva's writing educates and informs. Her style makes her work entertaining.