Debora Elizabeth Hill, CEO

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BIOGRAPHY

Debora's biography was included in the White House Millennium Time Capsule.

Debora was born in San Francisco in 1961, and has lived most of her life in Northern California except for a brief and delightful sojourn living on the Isle of Dogs in London.  

Nonfiction Books

  • The San Francisco Rock Experience, published 1979 by Anthelion Press
  • CUTS From a San Francisco Rock Journal, published 1982 by and books
  • Punk Retro: The Music of the No-Future Generation, published 1988 by Columbus

Books (UK)

Novels

  • A Ghost Among Us, published 2002 by Fire Mountain Press
  • Jerome’s Quest, published 2003 by Fire Mountain Press
  • A Wizard by Any Other Name, published 2005 by Fire Fountain Press
  • The Land of the Wand, Volume I of The Lost Myths Saga, published 2006 by Fire
  • Mountain Press
  • Re-release scheduled for 2018 with collector’s artist cover by Eaton & Eaves Publishing
  • The Crystal Chalice, Volume II of The Lost Myths Saga, published 2007 by Fire Mountain Press. Re-release scheduled for 2019 with collector’s artist cover by Eaton & Eaves Publishing
  • Go West (with Sandra Brandenburg and Frank Cmero) Scheduled for publication 2018 with cover art by Frank Cmero by Eaton & Eaves Publishing

Film and Television

  • Worked in concept development for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager on Adam Seligman's team 1997-99
  • Editor/script/doctor/ghostwriter: ShadowHawk Productions, Ireland 2002-2006

Lost Myths Ink Film Fund started 2012

CEO: Debora Elizabeth Hill
COO: Thomas Brandenburg
Paymaster/Trust Attorney: Arnold F. Sock, IOLTA
Financial Advisor, global: Laurence Bartel
Art Director, LMI: Kurt Niece
Publisher: Roxann Caraway
Editor: Valerie Randol-Alwell

Productions Slate I:

  • THE DANGER CLUB (with Sandra Brandenburg, concept by Scott Ferguson)
    Managing Producer: Richard J. Dubin/Crosscut Films
  • DREAM LOVERS (with Sandra Brandenburg)
    Managing Producers: Peter E. Jackson and Randy Turrow/FILMPRO
  • DEATH OF A SHINING STAR
    Managing Producer: Shalene Portman/Samilu Productions

Productions Slate II:

  • DON’T BREATHE THE AIR (with Sandra Brandenburg)
    Managing Producer: Richard J. Dubin/Crosscut Films
  • 1 NITE IN SF
    Managing Producers: Peter E. Jackson and Randy Turrow
  • BIRTH OF A SHINING STAR
    Managing Producer: Shalene Portman/Samilu Productions

Stand Alone Large Budget I:

  • GO WEST (Executive Production only by LMI, concept by Scott Ferguson)

Television 2015-2018

  • June, 2015 head of development team for THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF OZ
    2017-2018 Fund-raising for show

Journalistic work: Fine Arts

  • The Pacific Sun: Cover story, “Renaissance Faire Veterans” with Sandra Brandenburg
  • Mothering Magazine: “Women in History” with Sandra Brandenburg
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy: interviews with Katharine Kerr, Lisa Goldstein, Teresa Edgerton and others.
  • Starlog: interviews with Pat Murphy and Lisa Mason, book reviews and critical articles
  • Biographies of Famous Gays and Lesbians: published 1997 by Thornton Press. Oscar Wilde, Liberace, John Waters and RuPaul
  • St. James Guide to Fantasy Writers: published 1996 by Thornton Press. Constance Ash, Molly Cochran, Hugh Cook, Susan Dexter, Teresa Edgerton, Tanya Huff, Janet E. Morris, Jennifer Roberson, Susan Schwartz
  • Herizons (Canada): Women in History II, Women in Ancient History with Sandra Brandenburg
  • Resourceful Woman: published 1994 by Thornton Press. “Women in History” long version with Sandra Brandenburg
  • Spectacle: Published 1995 by Pachanga Press. “Crossing the Line: Women in Speculative Fiction”, with Sandra Brandenburg
  • Celebrations: letters to My Mother and Celebrations: Letters to My Pet, 2003 ; Celebrations: Letters to My Father, 2004, by Dawkins Publications
  • “The Colony” published in Unconditional Love, published in 2004 by Heliographica 

(Sandra and I wrote for hundreds of publications and anthologies during the early to mid-1990's. For further examples, request or Google my complete name)

Journalistic Work: Investigative

  • Neighborhood America: 1998 to 2001. Specialized in environmental and land-use issues, territory Northern California to San Francisco (south) and Sacramento (east).
  • Access Life: 1999 and 2000. Specialized in elderly care.

(I wrote for a couple of dozen other websites and publications during this period – available upon request)

Poetry

  • "Tucker's Song" included in Between Darkness and Light published July, 2000 by The International Library of Poetry
  • "The Mother Sun" included in Eyes of the World published 2001 by The International Library of Poetry
  • "On Holiday" included in Best Poets of 2000, published 2001 by The International Library of Poetry
  • "Goodbye, Beloved" included in The Silence Within , published 2002 by The International Library of Poetry
  • Best Poets of 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005
  • When the Roses Die included in International Whos Who of Poetry, 2007
  • Labours of Love (UK)
  • Cancer and Leo included in Centres of Expression, by Noble House Publishing, London, 2008

Awards and Inclusions

  • Included in Marquis' Who's Who volumes:
    • Who’s Who of American Women 1997-present
    • Who’s Who in America 1998-present
    • Who’s Who in the World 1998-present
    • Who’s Who in the West 1998 to present
    • Who’s Who in Entertainment 1998, 1999
  • Included in the Dictionary of International Biography 2000-present
  • Included in the International Biographical Directory of Women 2000-present
  • Nominated for an International Woman of the Year Award at Cambridge (2003)
  • International Authors and Writers 2003-present
  • Outstanding People of the 20th Century 2001
  • Outstanding Authors of the 20th Century 2001
  • Biography included in the White House Millennium Time Capsule
  • Awarded the 20th Century Award of Achievement at Cambridge, 1999
  • Included in 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals, 2007 at Cambridge.