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Jan Marie Du Bois: Feminist, Artist, Friend – Part I

Jan Du Bois and I first met early in 1977. She was living in Berkeley, working as a bookkeeper but most passionate about her art, which was French tapestry. In October 1974 I joined the Oakland Women’s Press Collective (WPC). In those days we laboriously typeset copy, printed the books on dinky little offset presses, […]

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An Upcoming Reading–and a Good Review

If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area, please come to my reading: Date: Saturday, November 16 Time: 1-3 pm Place: 163 Alhambra St., San Francisco CA Refreshments will be served. Good literature (even if I say so myself), good company, and good eats! My latest book, A Meteor Shower, was recently reviewed in Philadelphia Gay News and […]

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Why Buy Books?

Books are more important than ever in times like these—times of “alternative facts” spouted by government propagandists, as well as accusations of “fake news” when a journalist’s report contradicts the canonical story. In this post I want to write about why we might want to keep our own libraries—books printed on paper, on shelves in […]

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A Meteor Shower: Reading at Two Rivers Bookstore

Y’all come! I’m reading from my most recent historical novel, A Meteor Shower, at Two Rivers Bookstore, 8836 N Lombard St, Portland OR. The action starts on Sunday, September 8, from 2-4 pm: love and chariot warfare in the ancient Middle East, kings and queens, peasants and prophets. Below are some comments from reviewers, and […]

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