Author and Stoker Award Winner for “The Women at the Funeral.”
Corrine is an award winning poet and author of many books, including “Virgin of the Apocalypse ,”Valentine”, (both Stoker nominated, along with 3 others) “Touching The Wound- Poems in Memory of Kurt Cobain”, and more. Her latest book “Valentines For The Dead,” a collection of short ethereal fiction, has been applauded by author Heather Graham, Thomas Ligotti, and James Sclavunos (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.) She is an expert on the Paranormal, with articles on Nikola Tesla, Padre Pio, and ghost hunting, appearing in FATE magazine, The New York Quarterly and many others.
She studied the paranormal with renowned ghost hunters Ed & Lorraine Warren (Amityville Horror & many others) while in her teens, and continues to investigate haunted spots wherever she travels.
A naturalist and philanthropist, she works toward peace and harmony by lending her expertise toward human and animal causes across America in the form of public speeches and writing.
At 15 she sponsored her first 2 children through Save The Children, and continues to be a sponsor for children throughout the world. She founded “Small World Fund” for children in 1998, providing underprivileged children and families, (averaging 35 a year) with clothing, holiday gifts and food in the seasons necessary, and throughout the year.
Her inspirational writings have been published in many journals,(Bless The Day”, “Bedside Prayers” “The Language of Prayer,” “Teen Sunshine,” etc. and continue to be used in traditional church services, ceremonies, and on many websites.
“ I was told by scholar Bobby Hemmitt that I’m on the right track, doing what I am meant to do. “If you ever feel down, know that you are in the right place, doing the right thing, healing and harmony.” I think of that- and feel glad to be here, trying to get the word out. No matter what comes, this I believe, Loving one another is the truth, and our purpose.”