Debbie Burke is an award-winner editor and multi-award-winning author of eight books including The Author’s Little Red Guide to Editing, Icarus Flies Home, Klezmer for the Joyful Soul, Tasty Jazz Jams for Our Times (Vol. 1 and 2), Glissando: A Story of Love, Lust and Jazz, The Poconos in B Flat and Music in the Scriptures. She edited film and TV actor Michael Brandon’s (“Dempsey and Makepeace”) memoir, the Sammy Stein book Gender Disparity in UK Jazz – A Discussion (which became the #6 Bestseller on Amazon in the very competitive category of Jazz Music), Peter E. DeBlasio’s Let Justice Be Done and scores of other books across a very wide variety of genres. Her jazz blog, on which several of her nonfiction books are based, has earned international praise.
Brooklyn-born, she has lived in six different states in the eastern half of the US but most of all loves being near the ocean. When she isn’t writing, she’s learning new licks on the sax.