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An NAACP IMAGE AWARD nominee and a member of the TEXAS INSTITUTE OF LETTERS, author, Anita Bunkley was voted one of the 50 favorite African American authors of the twentieth century by the on-line African American Literature Book Club. She has also been voted #3 of the top 15 Book Editors in Texas.
Published by major houses such as Penguin USA, Harper Collins, Kensington, and Harlequin many of her novels and anthologies, have appeared in:
Literary Guild, Doubleday Book Club, Black Expressions Book Club, and Black Board: African American Best-seller list in both hardcover and paperback.
She is a former teacher of English, French, and Spanish, and spent many hours in classrooms as part of Houston's Writers in the Schools Programs.
Anita has mentored numerous aspiring authors to eventual publication. She is a sought-after presenter at Writers' Conferences and Workshops, and enjoys helping writers fulfill their literary aspirations.
She traveled to Cairo, Egypt to speak to the Egyptian Women's Writers Association at Ains Sham University and has presented at the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing Conference at Arizona State University.
Anita is an inductee in Who's Who in Black Houston, a member of Circle-Let's Inc., Between the Lines Book Club, and an active member of The Church Without Walls.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, she holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio. Anita lives in Houston, Texas with her husband, Crawford.
Winner - Best Anthology Author from Go On Girl Book Club for the anthology You Only Get Better (with Connie Briscoe and Lolita Files)
Career Achievement Award Winner in African American Fiction from Romantic Times Magazine