Libraries Deliver Democracy

Last month, I was honored to attend the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library Laureates Gala as a 2017 Library Laureate alongside many accomplished authors, poets and library advocates.

Evette’s op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle

Living in San Francisco is like having a stunning spouse or companion. Everyone wants to be near you, which can be exhausting. Our city is experiencing that now. There are too many people and not enough places to live. Rents are rising, tempers are flaring and windows are being smashed.

Get thee to the library

I’m happy to report that for those of you who missed my launch party, but were curious about Woman King, I’ll be giving a reading at the San Francisco Public Library on June 5.  While there, I will also discuss some of the lessons I’ve learned from my year-long quest to self-publish. No big surprise […]

Many faces of Golden Gate Park

The motivation for writing a story can come from just about anywhere. For me, Golden Gate Park is a major source of inspiration, sometimes bathed in sunlight, sometimes drenched in fog drizzle.

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