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Author Deanna Altomara

I’ve always been a person who’s dared to make a difference… and one of my favorite ways is through writing!

I double-majored in Creative Writing and Human Health at Emory University, where I explored the medical humanities through coursework, a literacy group that I founded, and study-abroad opportunities across four continents. To learn more about how to craft content that spurs behavior change, I started Emory’s graduate MPH program in Behavioral Sciences, Health, and Health Education Sciences. Now, I write about a variety of health topics, with special passions for climate, infectious disease, equity, and disability. I publish books, articles, grants, stories, and podcasts for diverse audiences.

Everything is Awesome!

My story about a boy with autism, “Everything is Awesome” has won first place in Pen 2 Paper’s writing disability contest! Thank you CTD! Pen 2 Paper

Pen 2 Paper

No matter who you are or what society has labeled you, you are special and worth the world! Yesterday was #worldmentalhealthday and this is why I’m proud that my short story about a boy with autism has placed as a finalist in… Continue Reading →

Throwback to Ageless!

This is an article that appeared online back in 2013, when I published Ageless and Project Inspire…hope you enjoy!   Mahwah High Schooler Publishes First Novel

Five Star Review from Readers’ Favorite!

Ageless received a Five Star Review from Readers’ Favorite! Click the link below to read it:

Who’s That Indie Author? Deanna Altomara

I was featured on Book Club Mom! Check it out at: Who’s That Indie Author? Deanna Altomara

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