about her


D.M. Williams is a black American woman who was born and raised in Austin, Texas. Having always maintained a deep and enchanting love for books, she studied English towards becoming an educator--and afterwards obtained a master's degree in educational administration. Williams' master's research centered on literacy and the achievement gap. Her educational tenure lent itself to the development and completion of her debut book LOVE IN, AIR IN which examines the wondrous complexities of the human experience and draws upon metaphysical and mystical insights to provoke enlightened thought and considerations in an elaborate and imaginative work of fiction. 

 Her author platform is committed to literacy advocacy--where she enjoys sharing information about the importance of literacy, literacy statistics, and the positive impact a resourceful and literate community has on its own growth and development; she welcomes opportunities to speak to students, boards, and any audience regarding social matters, literacy, cultural empowerment, and her authorship. 

 Williams is presently at work on her second project which will be a collection of short stories, poems, and anecdotes titled LAST LINES BY LAMP'S LIGHT.