Deborah Ager is writing coach, 3-time author, and 37-time book collaborator. She has taught 1,000+ people to write better.
Bloomsbury published her most recent book, and TV chef Chris Kimball featured her writing on his Milk Street Radio program.
Her writing has appeared in Kveller, The Tablet, Modern Loss, Narratively and in books published by McGraw Hill, Pearson, Oxford University Press, and more. 32 Poems, the international literary magazine she founded, is carried in libraries at Harvard, Yale, Brown, and elsewhere.
She’s been awarded writing residencies to the MacDowell Colony and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and won a Maryland State Arts Council grant for her prose. In her digital marketing career, she generated $104 million in 3.5 years for the American Red Cross before leaving to found her business.
Her free storytelling roundtable happens every month to help entrepreneurial leaders write for any platform. https://www.radiantmedialabs.com/roundtable