Kathryn Morgan: from stage to social media spotlight

Editor’s note: so thrilled to report in spring 2019 that Kathryn Morgan has accepted a position as soloist with the Miami City Ballet. You can check out her announcement HERE.     Picture this scenario: a beautiful, young, talented ballet dancer joins an ultra-elite company from its feeder school, and she is mesmerizing to observe. She … Read moreKathryn Morgan: from stage to social media spotlight

10 ballet novels [for adults] you’ll love

Interested in my dance-related fiction? Check out Off Balance  and the award-winning Outside the Limelight, Books 1 and 2 of the Ballet Theatre Chronicles, as well as my newest,  A Dancer’s Guide to Africa. Just click on their titles! For a long time, “ballet fiction” meant the books that catered to young girls, slim tomes with pink, … Read more10 ballet novels [for adults] you’ll love

The men in ballet take center stage

I’m turning the mic this week over to Grier Cooper, fellow author, dance blogger and former dancer. She’s the author of the Indigo Ballet Series, ballet novels for young adults, and today is pub day for Book 2, HOPE. Congratulations, Grier! It’s a wonderful book that I just tore through, and even though it’s categorized as young … Read moreThe men in ballet take center stage

Dancer-turned-writer Grier Cooper’s WISH

It is the deepest wish for countless young, aspiring ballet dancers: to become a professional ballet dancer, join a prestigious company, perform onstage throughout the world and get paid to dance, dance, dance. Former professional ballet dancer Grier Cooper achieved that wish. Chosen at fourteen to train at the School of American Ballet, she went … Read moreDancer-turned-writer Grier Cooper’s WISH