Deborah Copeland

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Debbie Copeland is a native New Yorker. She grew up on Hering Avenue in the North Bronx. Debbie has been writing short stories, novellas, plays, and poems since the tender age of seven. Throughout her childhood, she wrote plays that she and her friends performed every summer for the entire neighborhood. Debbie’s passion for writing and the arts led her to attend Brooklyn College and Mount Veron School of Repertory for musical theater and dance.

She is the author of The Kids at Latimar High, which received great reviews, including a blurb from best-selling Cheetah Girls author, Deborah Gregory. Debbie’s creativity stirs from the rain, (Yes. She’s a bonafide pluviophile) music, and warm childhood memories.

She currently resides in Los Angeles
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Average rating: 4.0 · 1 rating · 1 review · 2 distinct works
The Kids at Latimar High

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“Fate can be wily like that; it has a way of finding you.”
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“Well...I guess I'm going to have to beat death, huh?”
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