Aside from her work as an author, Whitney-Robinson works in Seattle, Washington as a marine biologist. Prior to this, she spent several years living in Cameroon, Africa with the Peace Corps, and worked for a time as a veterinary assistant in New Zealand. Her work in marine biology served as a model for Dusque Mistflier, the main character of The Ruins of Dantooine.
Non-Star Wars work
- Spectre of the Black Rose (1999) (co-written with James Lowder)
- Sands of the Soul (2002)
- The Crimson Gold (2003)
- Short stories
- Kindred of the Ebony Kingdom (2003) (contributing author)
- Ravenloft Gazetter IV (2003) (contributing author)