About the Author
NONA CASPERS is the author of Little Book of Days and Heavier Than Air, a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice and Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction selection. Her work has been awarded an NEA Fellowship, San Francisco Arts Commission Cultural Equity grant, and an Iowa Review Fiction Award. Her work has been widely published in literary reviews, including The Sun, Glimmer Train, Kenyon Review, and anthologies including Women on Women: Brilliant Fiction by Lesbian Authors. She is a Professor of Creative Writing at San Francisco State University.
JOELL HALLOWELL (left) is a filmmaker and writer, and has conducted over 150 oral history interviews for various video and book projects. She is the Co-Editor of “Take Me to the River” (Heyday Books, 2010) and “Shadowed: Unheard Voices” (The Press at California State University Fresno, 2014). She was also an Assistant Editor for “Underground America” (McSweeney’s Voice of Witness, 2008) and is currently collecting interviews for a forthcoming book of stories from an eclectic assortment of California conservationists and preservationists (Heyday Books). firstname.lastname@example.org nowthen.squarespace.com