Deidra Whitt Lovegren has been making up stories for as long as she can remember, mainly to get out of trouble. She’s taught scores of English & writing classes to students from preschool to college, from elite private schools to rural hamlets, in International Baccalaureate programs to juvenile detention centers.
Deidra’s literary crush is Geoffrey Chaucer, who famously said: “People can die of mere imagination.” She cannot stand John Milton who famously said a lot of things, but none of them have been relevant since the 17th century.
She spends her time wandering between Virginia and Florida, always looking for an opportunity to return to the British Isles.
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