An Ezine for Writers of Color
Carole is married, 46 years old, Jamaican-American, mother of two sons. She is currently a freelance writer, book and film reviewer. Her reviews have appeared in some of the following:
Carole McDonnell's works appear in various anthologies including "So Long Been Dreaming: Post-colonialism in science fiction," edited by Nalo Hopkinson and published by Arsenal Pulp Press; "Fantastic Visions III," published by Fantasist Enterprises; W.W. Norton's "LIFENOTES: Personal Writings By Contemporary Black Women," and "Then an angel came along," edited by Julie Bonn Heath and published by WinePress Publishing, "Jigsaw Nation" published by Wildside and "Seasoned Sistahs: writings by mature women of color."
She is a columnist for Anointed Magazine and is currently working on two Bible studies: "Hagar, Vashti and other Scapegoats of Bible study" and "The Easy Way to Write Bible Studies" and two speculative fiction novels based on the Bible, "The Daughters of Men" and "The Windfollower."
Her reviews appear at:
Her first interview for ATWC:
Born in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago forty years ago, Dee immigrated to the United States at thirteen and has been here ever since. She is the proud mother of a twenty-one-year-old college Senior. When she's not temping, she's busily writing and/or creating: blogs, websites, newsletters and songs. Her first blook (book based on a blog) was released on September 15, 2006.
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