Victoria Valentine

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Victoria Valentine
Born (1954-01-18) January 18, 1954 (age 60)
Westchester, New York
Occupation Indie book publisher and author
Website
www.victoriavalentine.net

Victoria Valentine born in the 1960s is an American writer, poet, entrepreneur and book publisher. She is a long-time resident of Dutchess County and graduated Pleasantville High School (New York) in 1972.[1] Her work has been published in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, India and South Africa.[2]

Victoria Valentine is the author of The Cutest Little Duckie, and co-author of At the Stroke of Midnight, 24 Tales of Terror. She is also the founder, publisher and editor of Skyline Publications, launched in September 2001.[3]

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Skyline Publications[edit]

  • Skyline Literary Magazine
  • SpinningS…intense tales of life
  • A Hudson View Poetry Digest
  • At Poetic Times Magazine
  • Literary House Review
  • Skyline Review

Lyricist[edit]

Valentine wrote lyrics for five songs included on the Eyes of Ash CD by alternative rock band Unintended.[4]

Essays[edit]

Writers and Small Press Publishers A View From Both Sides; Victoria Valentine & Adam Donaldson Powell

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