Donna D. Conrad


Donna Conrad is an award-winning author, journalist, activist, and teacher. Her core values revolve around individual empowerment, a sustaining ideal running through the books she writes. Her writing interests include articles for fine-art periodicals, memoir/narrative non-fiction, as well as historical, flash, and paranormal fiction. She is a regular presenter at writers’ conferences. Donna’s life is as varied as her writing. She embraces change as an exciting adventure. She has studied writing with the likes of Alan Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and Jack Whyte.

Her first published book, House of the Moon: Surviving the Sixties, is a memoir that explores life in the tumultuous decade that changed the world. Her upcoming four-book historical fiction series, “The Magdalene Chronicles” has been acquired by Cold Creek Press. Book One, The Last Magdalene, will be released April 9, 2024.

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