About Lyndsey D’Arcangelo

 

Hope is the thing with feathers, that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words, and never stops at all. ~ Emily Dickinson

Hello.

If you’re reading this, then you probably want to know a little bit more “about” me.  In a nutshell, I’m a writer and award-winning author from Buffalo, NY.  I love music, college basketball, baggy clothes, feel-good movies and the color blue. Basically, I’m just an ordinary individual who strongly believes that I can positively impact the world through writing.

Since graduating from Randolph-Macon College in 2000 with a BA in Creative Writing and English, I’ve been a high school sports reporter, columnist, journalist, blogger, author, copywriter and web writer. Now, I specialize in feature articles and columns on sports, women, human interest and LGBT issues.

My work has appeared both nationally and locally in numerous publications and websites including espnW.com, The Cauldron via SI.com, Vice Sports, Vice LGBTQ, The Huffington Post, Excellesports.com, The Advocate, Curve Magazine, NBC.Out, The Buffalo News, Buffalo Magazine,  Gay Parent Magazine, and moreRecent article clips can be found on the articles/columns page.

As for being an author, I primarily write young adult LGBT fiction. Every time I start a new novel, my hope is to craft something that will connect with young readers in an impactful way. I aspire to write the kinds of books that stick with readers for a lifetime, because those are the kinds of books I grew up loving.

All of my books are listed below. A more detailed description of each book can be found here. For an article on the importance of LGBT YA fiction, go here.

Books

The Crabapple Tree, 2009, Lulu

• The Trouble with Emily Dickinson, 2011Publishing Syndicate (second edition)
GCLS Winner for Debut Author

• The Education of Queenie McBride, 2012, Publishing Syndicate

Maggie’s Adventure: I’m Going Over Niagara Falls In A Barrel, 2015, Self-published

E-book

A Three-Step Guide to Becoming a Published Author,  2011, Self-published

Short Stories

Peas in a Pod; Chicken Soup for the Soul: Celebrating Brothers and Sisters, 2007