Deb Jannerson is the author of the YA novel The Women of Dauphine (NineStar Press, 2019) and the poetry collections Rabbit Rabbit (Finishing Line Press, 2016) and Thanks for Nothing (Finishing Line Press, 2018), available wherever books are sold. Jannerson won the 2017 So to Speak Nonfiction Award for her short memoir about queer intimacy and PTSD, the 2018 Flexible Persona Editors’ Prize for a piece of flash fiction about gruesome work injuries, and the Two Sisters February Contest for a story about switching bodies with her cat. Other honors for which she has placed include the Pushcart Prize, The Writer's Summer Flash Award, and the Pen2Paper Competition. More than one hundred of her pieces have been featured in anthologies and magazines, including viral articles for Bitch. She lives in New Orleans with her wife.
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August 15, 6-8 PM: Launch party for queer YA book The Women of Dauphine at Blue Cypress Books, 8126 Oak St, New Orleans