Deborah Grabien is a cook, guitar player, cat rescuer, traveller, and all-around rocker chick. She also writes a little: she's the author of the Haunted Ballad series (St. Martins Minotaur), six standalone novels, and the Kinkaid Chronicles, the first of which, Rock & Roll Never Forgets, was released to unanimously great reviews in July 2008, and was followed by While My Guitar Gently Weeps, London Calling and Graceland. The fifth Kinkaid, Book of Days, will be out in September 2011.
Her urban YA fantasy novel, Dark's Tale, was released by Egmont USA in 2010, with the Italian edition following in short order. Additionally, numerous short pieces of both fiction and commentary have appeared in anthologies and magazines. In her spare time (!), she runs Plus One Press with her husband of nearly three decades, Nicholas Grabien, listens to music, plays music, and acts as a consulting editor for Green Man Review. She cooks, too. She has multiple sclerosis, and, both as a writer and with her nonprofit, the Kinkaid Foundation, has worked with MSFriends and Rock for MS.
Deborah lives in San Francisco, heads back to London and Paris and Florence whenever she can, and honestly believes you're never too old to rock and roll.
Kate McKean, Howard Morhaim Literary Agency
St. Martin's Minotaur
Plus One Press
I don't have hobbies - I have passions. That would be music, food, cats, writing, singing, songwriting, more music, more food, more cats, and humanist progressive politics, liberally dosed with feminism.
EMILY's List (early member), Amnesty International (member on two continents for thirty years), Animal Welfare causes (we rescue feral cats), NARAL and...
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