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Donna Gaines has written for Rolling Stone, MS, the Village Voice, Spin, Newsday and Salon. Her work has been published in underground fanzines, numerous trade and scholarly collections, professional journals and textbooks. Subjects have included music, tattoos, youth, guns, pornography, TV talk shows, suburbia, spirituality, gender culture, technology and intergenerational love. Her photographs, liner notes, lyrics and poetry have been published or shown as well. A sociologist, journalist and New York State certified social worker, Dr. Gaines grew up hanging out in Rockaway Beach, Queens, a surf town made famous by the Ramones.

Gaines has a Ph.D. in Sociology, and a Masters degree in Social Work. An international expert on youth violence and culture, Dr. Gaines has been interviewed extensively in newspapers, for documentaries, on radio and television. She has provided consulting services to attorneys defending young people in death penalty trials, to community leaders, school administrators, clergy, to producers and reporters in the print and broadcast media in the United States, Canada and Europe. Professor Gaines has taught sociology at Barnard College of Columbia University and the Graduate Faculty of New School University.

Her first book, Teenage Wasteland: Suburbia's Dead End Kids, was published by Pantheon Books in 1991. Rolling Stone declared Teenage Wasteland "the best book on youth culture." In 1996, the Pacific Journal of Sociology described it as "a classic in sociology." In 2001 Newsday dubbed it a "cult classic." Her memoir, A Misfit's Manifesto: The Spiritual; Journey of a Rock & Roll Heart was published by Villard in March, 2003. Dr. Gaines also works as an intuitive arts healer, a Reiki Practitioner with a special interest in recovery, body respect, and sacred activism. She lives in New York City and whenever possible, in the ocean.
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