Born at March AFB, Riverside California in 1954 and raised in a military family, Kim Dallesandro spent her youth in Japan, England and Germany with small intervals back on U.S. soil.
At just turned 16 fate threw her feet first across the pond landing in Texas. Writing being a staple of her creative life, she married a musician and began a journey of lyrical writing, working with such artists as Joe Ely, Asleep At The Wheel, Harvey Young, RC Banks, Kimmie Rhodes, Stevie Vaughan, Jimmy Vaughan, Denny Freeman, Keith Ferguson, TJ McFarland, Bevis Griffin and Chris Bailey, learning the craft of songwriting.
Her poetry and lyrical writing led to short stories and her ability to find the discipline to condense words and incite emotions in writing with precision and economy. Selections of her writing were published in Paraphilia Magazine in 2012-2014.
In 2021 she wrote two novels, the first ‘TRAINS’ based on a true story, and “MAD DOG TAG’ a piece she’d worked on for over a decade, both published by Oneiros Books in 2021, reprinted by Incunabula Media in 2022.
In 2022, Incunabula published another three novels - "DREAM MAKER", "DEAD END (cul de sac)" and "OKLAHOMA" and a collection of short pieces "THE SEDUCTION OF SOLITUDE".