Dara Harper is was born in Detroit, MI and developed a passion for storytelling at an early age. She is a novelist, Off-Broadway playwright, journalist, artist and award-winning filmmaker. She won the Best African American Filmmaker Award at the Brooklyn Film Festival for her short film, "la Revolution." While residing in New York City, she was accepted into the Harlem Writer's Guild.
Her feature film, "Sweeter Without Sugar" was an official selection at the African American Women In Cinema Film Festival. Her debut play, "Passing" had a sold-out run Off-Broadway and was nominated for an AUDELCO Award. She authored three books, "Magic In Moon Time", "Grits & Grace" and "Forgiveness Season."
She finds inspiration in Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison, rainy days and a great cup of espresso.
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