Hollye Dexter

Hollye Dexter is co-editor of Dancing At the Shame Prom (Seal Press), and recently completed a second memoir, What Doesn't Kill You. Her essays have been published in anthologies and in many online publications. She writes for iPinion Syndicate and AOL Patch News. A singer/songwriter with four albums out, she also founded the award-winning nonprofit Art and Soul, running workshops for teenagers in the foster care system. In 2007 she received the Agape Spirit award from Dr. Michael Beckwith (from The Secret) for her work with at-risk youth. With her collaborator Amy Ferris, Hollye teaches writing workshops, helping others to find their authentic voices. She is on staff for the San Miguel Writer's Conference and a visiting author at UCLA Extension. She lives in Southern California with her husband and three children, where she hikes, plays music and blogs about living an authentic life: www.hollyedexter.blogspot.com

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