After 29 years of teaching high school English, journalism, and TV production in West Virginia and Georgia, Donna Meredith retired to provide a more convenient door-opening service for her Pomeranians. When she isn’t responding to yaps, she writes.
With advanced degrees in both English and journalism, Donna has also participated in graduate fiction writing workshops at Florida State University and served as newsletter editor for the Florida State Attorney General’s crime prevention division. She resides in Tallahassee with her husband John.
Donna’s novel, The Glass Madonna, won first place for unpublished women’s fiction from the Florida Writers Association and also was a runner-up in the Gulf Coast novel contest. She won first places in the 2007 Seven Hills short story and essay contests. Her nonfiction has appeared in the Tallahassee Democrat, Tallahassee magazine and the Columbia School Press Review. She currently writes a column on the environment for the Chronicles.