Short bio:
Deborah-Zenha Adams is an award-winning author of novels, short fiction, CNF, and poetry, and served as executive editor of Oconee Spirit Press for ten years. She is also a certified naturalist and a yoga educator, a vegetarian, and a Prius owner. Yes, she’s the living stereotype of a liberal tree-hugger.

When not writing, sauntering, or practicing yoga, she partners with yoga studios throughout the southern United States to conduct her signature workshop, Write Your Yoga Story (even if you aren’t a writer). For more information please use the Contact form.


Deborah-Zenha Adams

Extended bio:
Deborah Zenha Adams, recipient of the Macavity and Flair Awards, is an author, a naturalist, and a yoga educator. In {This Tale Is True}, a work of magical realism, she pairs ancient Roman goddesses with their modern, mortal counterparts.

The seven novels in her Jesus Creek mystery series were published under her own name, and other works appear under a variety of pseudonyms. She is also the author of numerous short stories and essays.

She has been a guest lecturer at numerous events, including Southern Festival of Books, Appalachian Studies Conference, Warioto Regional Library Board of Trustees Conference, Southeastern Booksellers Association, Georgia Library Association Convention, Emory University, East Tennessee State University Writers Program, and many others. She is a lifetime member of the Southern Literary Coalition.

Deborah-Zenha is available for interviews, speaking, and author events. Her signature workshops include Write Your Memoir (even if you aren’t a writer) and Write Your Yoga Memoir. To schedule a workshop or to request more information, please use the Contact Form on this site.


Interview with Deborah-Zenha Adams at NFReads.com

Deborah Adams interviewed by Leslie Dean (PDF)

Women of Mystery interview (PDF)