Stephanie Donald has been writing published pieces since junior high school when she sold a story to a pulp magazine for $25.
She edited several LGBT publications in Tidewater, Virginia including one that won a national award in 2003.
She met Jack Nichols in early 1997 and began a friendship with him that lasted until his death in May of 2005.
Nichols taught her everything about gay and lesbian history and his unique perspective of writing through the years. Through him she met several gay pioneers including Dr. Frank Kameny, Randy Wicker, Bob Kunst and many others. She began documenting LGBT history through her blog and still writes pieces for several publications.
She continues her evolution as she ages and hopes to instill the necessity for learning our history and not make the same mistakes that have been made before.
She continues to have high hopes that LGBT-Today, with its new look, will become the indispensable online magazine that will break new ground in the human rights of everyone.