Real name: Maggie Davis.
Maggie Davis is a former feature writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, copywriter for Young & Rubicam, Madison Ave. and assistant in research to the chairman of the psychology department, Yale University. She taught three noncredit creative writing courses at Yale and was guest writer/artist at the International Cultural Center, Hammamet, Tunisia.
In addition she has written articles and short stories in The Georgia Review, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping and Holiday magazines.
Katherine Deauxville is the author of over 30 published novels, including The Last Male Virgin (2002), optioned for feature film development by Rugged Land/National Lampoon and winner of the Dorothy Parker Award, and Romantic Times Top Pick for September, 2002, and Out of the Blue, 2002, Romantic Times Top Pick, nominated for the PEARL Paranormal Award and two Romantic Times Book Club awards: Best Contemporary Paranormal and Lifetime Achievement.
Biography provided by the author, September 2003.