Author Archives: Peggy A. Wheeler

About Peggy A. Wheeler

I am a writer of "fantastical fiction" and published under the names Peggy Wheeler and Peggy Dembicer. My non-fiction articles have appeared in COLORADO SERENITY, MOUNTAIN CONNECTION, and most LLEWELLYN’S 2012 MAGICAL ALMANAC. My poetry appears in a number of small press magazines and women’s anthologies. My novel, THE RAVEN'S DAUGHTER was published in 2016 by Dragon Moon Press. My B.A. in English Literature is from U.C.L.A., my M.A. in English with a Creative Writing emphasis is from California State University at Northridge. While attending U.C.L.A., I was one of only twelve students (and the only undergraduate) chosen to study with Robert Pinsky, former Poet Laureate of the United States. I won first prize awards for two of my poems from an Evergreen Women’s Press nationwide poetry contest. My poetry received honorable mentions from the judges of a Los Angeles Poetry Festival and The Academy of American Poets. My poem Du Fu was nominated for a Rhysling award for Best Science Fiction Poem. THE RAVEN'S DAUGHTER was a finalist in the CCC Great Novel Contest. I’ve led adult fiction and poetry workshops, and taught poetry as a guest lecturer.


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Never Too Old To Write

A friend of mine, an author I have huge respect and great fondness for, so I’d never say anything to make her uncomfortable or feel as though I do not care for her, said something to me priva… Source: Never … Continue reading

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The Raven’s Daughter ~ Release Day

The Raven’s Daughter By- Peggy A. Wheeler Genre- Fantasy, Adventure Publication Date-February 29th   A Murdering Monster and a Myth Come to Life   After a police shootout where she killed a man, cr… Source: The Raven’s Daughter ~ Release … Continue reading

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The Best Seven Pieces of Writing Advice Ever

What are your favorite pieces of writing advice?  These are mine:  1. Don’t write what you know; write what you care about.2. Don’t trust Amazon reviews…too many of the best ones are from friends and family wanting to help a writer; too … Continue reading

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Getting Your Mojo Back

I attended a writing seminar recently and signed up for a break-out session titled something like “Writing Fearlessly.”  I wasn’t certain what the session was going to be about, but the title piqued my interest, so I picked up my pen, … Continue reading

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