Renee Ebert grew up in New Jersey and has since lived in a variety of places, from New York City to Washington, DC and southern California. She studied English Literature at Georgetown University and has a Masters Degree in Public Health from UCLA. When she is not writing, Renee helps raise funds for nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and internationally. Her most recent work is support for street children in Nairobi and incarcerated women and children in Cairo.
Her first novel, Until The Darkness Goes was published by Dark Horse Publications, and is distributed by Bublish. An essay and poem were anthologized in In The Company Of Women, Trish Schiesser, ed. A new novel, Dead Eyes In Late Summer will be published soon by Black Opal Books. A short story “Alberta” was published in Backchannels Journal spring edition.