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DeAnn Lubell is a prize-winning writer, publicist, and a teacher of the arts for more than 30 years. She produced seven well-known ballets and wrote one original. She has written many articles for the Palm Springs Life Magazine, The Desert Sun, Desert Charities, and The Desert Magazine. Published works include a novelette, historic and educational books for Little Folk Visuals, as well as a medical educational guide on the functions of the human body.

Her 2010 award-winning novel is the First place winner of 2016 Amsterdam Book Festival; Honorable Mention 2015 Paris Book Festival; Gold Medal winner 2012 Readers Favorite Awards; Finalist 2012 Da Vinci Eye; Honorable Mention 2012 Hollywood Book Festival; 2010 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards Honorable Mention; 2010 Books & Authors Award for literary excellence.

She is widely respected throughout Southern California as an expert in business negotiations and marketing; event planning and production; as well as social and long-term development strategies. In 2011, she was honored with the coveted Bob Brennan Award at the annual Desert Samaritans Faith 'n Begorra! Fashion Show Luncheon.

DeAnn served as board Vice President for Palm Springs Women in Film and Television. She is currently the publicist for the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, Read With Me Volunteers and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley. Past clients have included Angel View, Olive Crest, Coachella Valley Symphony, Cabaret Theatre West, Indian Wells Art Festival and many others. It was an honor for her to produce a post 911 tribute luncheon for USVets sponsored by Westin Mission Hills Resort and Spa. In 2016, she was the unit publicist for the movie, "Do It or Die" in Palm Springs.

She has consulted for the Salton Sea Authority, Southern California Writer's Conference, Heritage Palms Development, Desert Youth Ballet, Rancho Mirage Public Library, Animal Samaritans, ARF, Rancho Mirage Rotary, La Quinta Historical Society, Palm Springs Community Concert Association, Palm Springs Women in Film & Television, Marywood/Palm Valley School, US Vets, Colonial Dames, Miss Universe Corporation, Los Angeles Women's Theatre Project, and many more.