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Louise Penny in conversation with Shelagh Rogers - All the Devils Are Here (Virtual Event)

Saturday, September 5, 2020 - 12:00pm

Saturday, September 5th, 2020

Online • Live • 12:00pm PT/3:00pm ET

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On their first night in Paris, the Gamaches gather as a family for a bistro dinner with Armand’s godfather, the billionaire Stephen Horowitz. Walking home together after the meal, they watch in horror as Stephen is knocked down and critically injured in what Gamache knows is no accident, but a deliberate attempt on the elderly man’s life.

When a strange key is found in Stephen’s possession it sends Armand, his wife Reine-Marie, and his former second-in-command at the Sûreté, Jean-Guy Beauvoir, from the top of the Tour d’Eiffel, to the bowels of the Paris Archives, from luxury hotels to odd, coded works of art.

It sends them deep into the secrets Armand’s godfather has kept for decades, and a gruesome discovery in Stephen’s Paris apartment makes it clear that the secrets are more rancid—the danger far greater and more imminent—than they realized. Soon the whole family is caught up in a web of lies and deceit, and in order to find the truth, Gamache will have to decide whether he can trust his friends, his colleagues, his instincts, his past—and even his own family.

For the City of Light casts long shadows, and in that darkness devils hide.

Louise Penny is the author of the #1 New York Times and Globe and Mail bestselling series of Chief Inspector Armand Gamache novels. She has won numerous awards, including a CWA Dagger and the Agatha Award (seven times), and was a finalist for the Edgar Award for Best Novel. In 2017, she received the Order of Canada for her contributions to Canadian culture. Louise lives in a small village south of Montréal.

Shelagh Rogers is a veteran broadcast-journalist and the host and a producer of The Next Chapter, the award-winning CBC Radio program devoted to writing in Canada. In 2011, she received an Order of Canada for promoting Canadian culture and for advocacy in mental health, truth and reconciliation, and adult literacy. That same year, she was named an Honorary Witness for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. She is the co-editor of Speaking My Truth: Reflections on Reconciliation and Residential School, Reconciliation and the Way Forward, and Speaking My Truth: The Journey to Reconciliation, launched in Sioux Lookout this summer. She has received the Achievement in the Aboriginal Community Award by Native Counselling Services of Alberta. She holds honorary doctorates from six universities, and is the inaugural winner of the Margaret Trudeau Award for Mental Health Advocacy. Shelagh is the 11th Chancellor of the University of Victoria. Her greatest honour comes from Richard Wagamese, who called Shelagh his “Chosen Sister.”

Nasty Woman Press Literary Extravaganza: Shatter Some Glass! (Virtual Event)

Sunday, September 20, 2020 - 12:00pm

Sunday, September 20 • 12:00pm PT / 3:00pm ET • Hosted via Crowdcast • Free to attend!

Facilitator: Robin C. Stuart • Introduction/MC: Kelli Stanley

Meet some of the legendary, bestselling and critically acclaimed authors who donated time and work to Shattering Glass, the first non-profit anthology by non-profit publisher Nasty Woman Press! Discover why New York Times bestselling author Marcia Clark calls the collection "Moving, often poetic, and always compelling." All profits from this unique work are donated to Planned Parenthood!

Readers and Participants Include:

Robin C. Stuart (Facilitator)
Robin C. Stuart is a veteran cybercrime investigator and contributing author to the short story anthology, Fault Lines: Stories by Northern California Crime Writers. She consults on all things cyber security for Fortune 100 companies, authors, screenwriters, and media outlets including BBC and NowThis News. Robin is also a significant contributor to the Tech Interactive (formerly known as The Tech Museum of Innovation) acclaimed Cyber Detectives, one of the museum’s most popular permanent exhibits, which earned praise from the Obama Administration.
Kelli Stanley (Introduction/MC)
Kelli Stanley is the critically acclaimed and multiple-award winning author of the Miranda Corbie noir series set in 1940 San Francisco, including City of Dragons, City of Secrets, City of Ghosts, and City of Sharks. Other works include historical mysteries set in Roman Britain and numerous short stories and essays. A Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist, her proudest achievements have been her inclusion as a literary heir of Dashiell Hammett by his granddaughter in Publisher’s Weekly, and her founding of Nasty Woman Press on November 9th, 2016. Her next novel is set in 1985 in Humboldt County, California.
Maria Alexander
Maria Alexander is a multiple award-winning author of horror and mystery fiction. Since 1999, her short fiction has appeared in critically acclaimed publications and anthologies. She also writes humorous mystery fiction under the pen name Quentin Banks. No Rhyme Goes Unpunished is her debut thriller satire. Death on the Argyle is due out Summer 2020. For more information, visit her website at
Eric Beetner
Eric Beetner is that writer you’ve heard about but never read. When you finally do, you wonder why you waited so long. There are more than 20 books like Rumrunners, All the Way Down, and The Devil Doesn’t Want Me, so you’d better get started. He also hosts the podcast Writer Types and the Noir at the Bar reading series in L.A.. He’s been described as “The 21st Century’s answer to Jim Thompson” (LitReactor), has been nominated for three Anthonys, an ITW award, Shamus, Derringer and 5 Emmys. Seriously, what are you waiting for?
Cara Black
Cara Black is the New York Times bestselling author of nineteen of the Aimée Leduc investigations set in Paris, including the most recent, Murder in Bel-Air. The Wall Street Journal said of her Murder on the Left Bank, “Even after 17 books, Ms. Black has intriguing corners of Paris to reveal—from an enclave of ateliers once home to the likes of Gauguin and Rodin to a crime-ridden neighborhood where ‘no one wanted to be witnessed witnessing’.” She has received multiple nominations for the Anthony and Macavity awards. In Paris she was awarded the Medaille de la Ville de Paris in recognition of her contributions to French culture. Cara gets to Paris whenever she can for research. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and dog. Find her at
Rhys Bowen
Rhys Bowen is the New York Times bestselling author of more than forty novels, including The Victory Garden, The Tuscan Child, and the World War II-based In Farleigh Field, the winner of the Left Coast Crime Award for Best Historical Mystery Novel and the Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel. Bowen’s work has won twenty honors to date, including multiple Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity awards. Her books have been translated into many languages, and she has fans around the world, including seventeen thousand Facebook followers. A transplanted Brit, Bowen divides her time between California and Arizona.
Angel Luis Colón
Angel Luis Colón is the Derringer and Anthony Award nominated writer of five books including his latest novel, Hell Chose Me. In his down time, he edits anthologies and produces The Bastard Title, a podcast featuring interviews with writers. Keep up with him on Twitter via @GoshDarnMyLife.
Wendy Corsi Staub
Wendy Corsi Staub is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 90 novels over a 27-year career. Her latest psychological suspense novels Little Girl Lost and Dead Silence (William Morrow) launched a psychological suspense trilogy that concludes with The Butcher’s Daughter. A three-time finalist for the Simon and Schuster Mary Higgins Clark Award, she’s won an RWA Rita Award, an RT Award for Career Achievement in Suspense, the RWA-NYC Lifetime Achievement Golden Apple and been honored five times with the WLA Washington Irving Prize for Fiction. She lives in New York.

Allison A. Davis
Allison A. Davis writes poetry (most recently, Three Rooms Press Annual Dada Magazine, Maintenant 12 and 13), short stories, and is currently shopping her novel, But Not For Me. A background in journalism and art criticism, her day job is a senior partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, a national law firm.

Danny Gardner
Danny Gardner is a multi-award-nominated author of genre fiction, including A Negro and an Ofay, his debut mystery novel. In another world, he is a stand-up comedian and screenwriter, and also the founder of Bronzeville Books. Born and raised in the Chi, he lives and works in Los Angeles.
Heather Graham
Heather Graham is a legendary New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than two hundred novels and novellas, published in twenty-five languages. She has been honored with awards from booksellers and writers’ organizations, including the Silver Bullet and prestigious Thriller Master awards from the International Thriller Writers and the Lifetime Achievement Award from Romance Writers of America. Heather’s books have been selected for the Doubleday Book Club and the Literary Guild, and she has been quoted, interviewed, or featured in such publications as The Nation, Redbook, People, and USA Today, and has appeared on many newscasts including Today and Entertainment Tonight.
Rachel Howzell Hall
Rachel Howzell Hall, author of the bestseller They All Fall Down (Forge), writes the acclaimed Lou Norton series. She is also co-author of The Good Sister with James Patterson, which was included in the New York Times bestseller The Family Lawyer. She is on the board of directors for the Southern California chapter of Mystery Writers of America, and lives in Los Angeles. Her next novel And Now She’s Gone will be published September 2020.
Libby Fischer Hellmann
Libby Fischer Hellman left a career in broadcast news in Washington, DC and moved to Chicago 35 years ago, where she, naturally, began to write gritty crime fiction. Twelve novels and twenty short stories later, she claims they’ll take her out of the Windy City feet first. She has been nominated for many awards in the mystery and crime writing community and has even won a few. With the addition of Jump Cut in 2016, her novels include the now five-volume Ellie Foreman series, which she describes as a cross between Desperate Housewives and 24; the hard-boiled 4-volume Georgia Davis PI series; and three stand-alone historical thrillers that Libby calls her “Revolution Trilogy.” Last fall The Incidental Spy, a historical novella set during the early years of the Manhattan Project at the U of Chicago was released. Her short stories have been published in a dozen anthologies, the Saturday Evening Post, and Ed Gorman’s 25 Criminally Good Short Stories collection.  In 2005 Libby was the national president of Sisters In Crime, a 3500 member organization dedicated to the advancement of female crime fiction authors.

Toni L.P. Kelner
Toni L.P. Kelner is actually two authors in one. As Toni, she’s written eleven mystery novels and co-edited seven anthologies with Charlaine Harris. She won the Agatha for Best Short Story, and has been nominated for the Anthony, the Macavity, and the Derringer. As Leigh Perry, she writes the Family Skeleton mysteries featuring adjunct professor Georgia Thackery and her pal Sid, an ambulatory family skeleton. The Skeleton Stuffs a Stocking is the most recent.

James L'Etoile
James L'Etoile uses his twenty-nine years behind bars as an influence in his novels, short stories, and screenplays. He is a former associate warden in a maximum-security prison, a hostage negotiator, facility captain, and director of California’s state parole system. He is a nationally recognized expert witness on prison and jail operations. He has been nominated for the Silver Falchion for Best Procedural Mystery, and The Bill Crider Award for short fiction. His published novels include At What Cost, Bury the Past, and Little River: The Other Side of Paradise.

Catriona McPherson
Catriona McPherson is the national best-selling and multi-award-winning author of the Dandy Gilver series of preposterous detective stories, set in her native Scotland in the 1930s. She also writes darker contemporary standalone suspense and has recently begun the Last Ditch trilogy, loosely based on her immigrant experience in a northern California college town. Catriona is a proud lifetime member and former national president of Sisters in Crime, committed to advancing equity and inclusion for women, writers of color, LGBTQ+ writers and writers with disability in the mystery community.

Travis Richardson
Travis Richardson is originally from Oklahoma and lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter. He has been a finalist and nominee for the Macavity, Anthony, and Derringer short story awards. He has two novellas and his short story collection, Bloodshot and Bruised, came out in late 2018. Find out more at
Kaira Rouda
Kaira Rouda is an award-winning journalist and marketing executive best known for creating the first women consumer focused real estate brand, “Real Living.” Her first book, Real You Incorporated: 8 Essentials for Women Entrepreneurs encourages women to put their passions into action and create the life of their dreams. She took her own advice, began writing novels, and is now an international bestseller. She lives in Southern California with her family. Her latest book is The Favorite Daughter. Visit for more.
Clea Simon
Clea Simon is a former journalist and the Boston Globe-bestselling author of three nonfiction books and more than two dozen mysteries. While the majority of these (like her most recent, An Incantation of Cats) are amateur sleuth mysteries, she also writes darker crime fiction, like the rock and roll suspense novel World Enough, which was named a “must read” by the Massachusetts Book Awards. Her upcoming psychological suspense Hold Me Down returns to the music world, focusing on sexual abuse and recovery, as well as love in all its forms. She can be reached at
Alexandra Sokoloff
Alexandra Sokoloff is the Thriller Award-winning, Bram Stoker, and Anthony Award-nominated author of thirteen bestselling supernatural and crime thrillers. The New York Times has called her “a daughter of Mary Shelley” and her books “Some of the most original and freshly unnerving work in the genre.” As a screenwriter she has sold original scripts and written novel adaptations for numerous Hollywood studios. She is also the author/presenter of the internationally acclaimed Screenwriting Tricks for Authors workbooks, workshops, and blog. Her Thriller Award-nominated Huntress Moon series follows a haunted FBI agent on the hunt for a female serial killer, smashing genre clichés and combatting the rise of violence against women on the page, screen and life.
Jacqueline Winspear
Jacqueline Winspear is the creator of the New York Times and National Bestselling series featuring psychologist and investigator, Maisie Dobbs. Her first novel—Maisie Dobbs—received numerous award nominations, including the Edgar Award for Best Novel and the Agatha Award for Best First Novel. It was a New York Times Notable Book and a Publisher’s Weekly Top Ten Pick. Her standalone novel, The Care and Management of Lies, was a finalist for the Dayton Literary Peace Prize in 2015. In 2019 Jacqueline published her 16th novel, The American Agent, and a non-fiction book, What Would Maisie Do? a journal featuring excerpts from the Maisie Dobbs’ series.

Nasty Woman Press
We are a 501 (c)(4) non-profit publisher pledged to fight fascism, racism, misogyny, anti-Semitism, homophobia, Islamophobia, transphobia, and bigotry while promoting human rights and civil rights in the United States and around the globe. As writers, readers, editors, artists, librarians, designers, publishing professionals, and creative, principled human beings, we cherish the planet and our fragile environment, support science and education, and value health and social services. We believe in taking care of each other. We believe in a better, kinder, world. Every Nasty Woman Press anthology is created around a theme; that theme is linked to the non-profit to whom profits from the sale of that book will be donated. Shattering Glass is the first of our anthologies. Profits from this book will be donated to Planned Parenthood. For more information or to become a member, please visit


Conversations with Authors - Mary Ladd & Don Asmussen (Virtual Event)

Wednesday, September 9, 2020 - 4:00pm

Wednesday, September 9th, 2020

Online • Live • 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET

In conversation with Michael Krasny

Conversations with Authors is our free online event series! Join us throughout the week for new chats between different authors.


Mary Ladd‘s The Wig Diaries is an irreverent cancer book, delivered with bold gallows humor to intimately address the gravity of cancer. Illustrated by San Francisco Chronicle cartoonist Don Asmussen, this uniquely fresh and modern black comedy covers and pokes fun at everything from diagnosis to treatment to medical bills.

Mary‘s writing has appeared in Playboy, Time Magazine, Health, the San Francisco Chronicle, and in five anthologies, including Lit Starts: Writing Humor and the best-selling 642 Things series. You may have seen her onstage at the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley, Breast Cancer Action, Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS) and Litquake. She is a Writers Grotto member who collaborated with Anthony Bourdain on his Bay Area episodes of No Reservations.

Don is the creator of Bad Reporter, a twice-weekly political comic strip in the San Francisco Chronicle that is syndicated by Universal Press Syndicate, and is the author of Dog vs. Cat: A Nation Divided and The San Francisco Comic Strip Book of Big-Ass Mocha.

Michael Krasny is the host of the award winning KQED FORUM, a program discussing news and public affairs, current events, culture, health, business and technology.


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Conversations with Authors - Pramila Jayapal (Virtual Event)

Sunday, August 30, 2020 - 4:00pm

Sunday, August 30th, 2020

Online • Live • 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET

In conversation with Meena Harris

Conversations with Authors is our free online event series! Join us throughout the week for new chats between different authors.


Pramila Jayapal’s Use the Power You Have offers a wealth of ideas and inspiration for a new generation of engaged citizens interested in fighting back and making change, whether in Washington or in their own communities.

Pramila is the Congresswoman who represents Washington’s 7th District, which encompasses most of Seattle and surrounding areas. The first Indian American woman in the House of Representatives, Pramila has spent nearly thirty years working internationally and domestically as an advocate for women’s, immigrant, civil, and human rights. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

Meena Harris was born into a family of strong women whose legacy continues to inspire her. Her grandmother, Shyamala Gopalan, was a cancer researcher and civil rights activist; her mother, Maya Harris, is a lawyer and policy expert; and her aunt, Kamala Harris, is a United States senator from California and the Democratic vice presidential nominee for the 2020 election. Meena herself is a lawyer and entrepreneur. In 2017 she founded the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign, a female-powered organization that brings awareness to social causes. She currently resides in San Francisco with her partner and two daughters.

Meena’s Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea—an empowering picture book about two sisters who work with their community to effect change—is inspired by a true story from the childhood of her aunt, US Senator Kamala Harris, and mother, lawyer, and policy expert Maya Harris.


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Conversations with Authors - Ursula Hegi (Virtual Event)

Saturday, August 29, 2020 - 4:00pm

Saturday, August 29th, 2020

Online • Live • 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET

In conversation with Barbara Wright

Conversations with Authors is our free online event series! Join us throughout the week for new chats between different authors.


Dear Readers,

I’m so glad you joined Book Passage during my conversation with Barbara Wright. We met in graduate school at UNH 4 decades ago and have been the initial readers of each other’s work.

Thank you to Elaine Petrocelli who has created a brilliant system of keeping readers and writers connected during this age of fear and death and uncertainty.

Yesterday’s virtual connection to you felt oddly reassuring. Inspiring.

 Right now I’m reading:

Stay safe. Stay well. Keep reading. And vote.


Below, please find links to purchase all of the books recommended by Ursula, as well as hers and Barbara's own books.



Jenna Bush Hager - Everything Beautiful in Its Time (Virtual Event)

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 6:00pm

Ticket: $42 (includes a copy of Everything Beautiful in Its Time)
Tuesday, September 15, 6:00pm PT • Virtual Event

Join Today show co-anchor Jenna Bush Hager for a fun night of lively conversation with a special guest! Settle in for an evening of personal stories and laughs in celebration of all of the complicated, messy, and hilarious moments of life. Jenna will take fans behind the scenes of her life—from growing up in a political family to dating in the public eye to life on the Today show set. Through it all, she’s relied on advice from her beloved grandparents who taught her about respect, humility, kindness, and living a life of passion and meaning—timeless lessons that continue to guide her as she tackles motherhood, marriage, and (very) early wake-up calls.

In Everything Beautiful in Its Time, Jenna shares funny, moving stories about her grandparents and the wisdom they passed on that has shaped her life. To the world, George and Barbara Bush were America’s powerful president and influ­ential first lady; to Jenna Bush Hager, they were her beloved Gampy and Ganny. In Midland, Texas, Jenna’s maternal grandparents, Harold and Jenna Welch—Pa and Grammee—a home builder and homemaker, lived a quieter life outside the national spotlight. Yet their influence was no less indelible to their granddaughter. Throughout Jenna’s childhood and adolescence, the Welches taught her the name of every star in the sky, the way a dove uses her voice—teaching her to appreciate the beauty in the smallest things.

Now the mother of three young children, Jenna pays homage to her grandparents in this collection of heartwarming, intimate personal essays. Filled with love, laughter, and unforgettable stories, Everything Beautiful in Its Time captures the joyous and bittersweet nature of life itself. Jenna reflects on the single year in which she and her family lost Barbara and George H. W. Bush, and Jenna Welch. With the light, self-deprecating charm of the bestselling Sisters First—cowritten with her twin sister, Barbara—Jenna reveals how they navigated this difficult period with grace, faith, and nostalgic humor, uplifted by their grandparents’ sage advice and incomparable spirits.

Jenna Bush Hager is the cohost of the fourth hour of the Today show with Hoda Kotb and the founder of the Today book club, Read with Jenna. She is the coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestselling Ana’s Story and two children’s books—Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It—which she wrote with her mother, Laura, as well as the #1 New York Times bestsellers Sisters First, written with her sister, Barbara, in both adult and children’s editions. She lives with her husband and three children in New York City.

Conversations with Authors - Akwaeke Emezi (Virtual Event)

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 4:00pm



Akwaeke Emezi

in conversation with Zoé Samudzi

Conversations with Authors is our free virtual event series! Join us every Saturday and Sunday at 7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT for a new chat with a different author.


Akwaeke Emezi’s The Death of Vivek Oji is a propulsively readable novel that teems with unforgettable characters—a novel of family and friendship that challenges expectations, and a dramatic story of loss and transcendence sure to will move every reader. They are a writer and visual artist based in liminal spaces. A 2018 National Book Foundation ‘5 Under 35’ honoree, Akwaeke was born in Umuahia and raised in Aba, Nigeria.

Their debut YA novel PET was a finalist for the 2019 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature and a Lambda Literary Award, as well as an Indie Next selection. Praised in The New York Times, it received a Stonewall Honor, a Walter Honor, and an Otherwise Award Honor after debuting with five starred reviews from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal, Bookpage, and Bulletin. PET was also named a 2019 Best Book of the Year by School Library Journal, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Apple, and Amazon, among others. Upon its publication, Akwaeke was featured in Kirkus Review and profiled in The New York Times. They were also awarded a Global Arts Fund grant in 2017 for the video art in The Unblinding, and a Sozopol Fellowship for Creative Nonfiction. Akwaeke’s writing has been published by T Magazine, Dazed Magazine, The Cut, Buzzfeed, Granta Online,, and Commonwealth Writers, among others. Akwaeke’s memoir work was included in The Fader’s ‘Best Culture Writing of 2015’ (‘Who Will Claim You?’), and their film UDUDEAGU won the Audience Award for Best Short Experimental at the 2014 BlackStar Film Festival.

Zoé Samudzi is a Zimbabwean-American writer and activist known for her book As Black as Resistance. Samudzi has written for The New Inquiry, The Daily Beast and Vice magazine.


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Virtual Class: Wendy Walsh - Advanced Italian (via Zoom)

Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 9:00am

Nine Thursdays: September 17 - November 12 • 9:00-11:00am PT • $270 • Hosted via Zoom

We will be working on the many common errors and questions about Italian grammar. Please contact Wendy Walsh at to receive syllabus and handouts.

Wendy Walsh has a PhD in Italian Literature from UC Berkeley. She has been teaching Italian language and literature since 1979.

Virtual Class: Wendy Walsh - Intermediate Italian (via Zoom)

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - 8:45am

Nine Tuesdays: September 29 - November 24 • 8:45-10:45am PT • $270 • Hosted via Zoom

We will be working on verb tenses, concentrating on the passato prossimo and the imperfetto. Please contact Wendy Walsh at to receive syllabus and handouts.

Wendy Walsh has a PhD in Italian Literature from UC Berkeley. She has been teaching Italian language and literature since 1979.

Conversations with Authors - David Allen Sibley (Virtual Event)

Sunday, August 23, 2020 - 4:00pm

Sunday, August 23rd, 2020

Online • Live • 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET

In conversation with John Muir Laws

Conversations with Authors is our free online event series! Join us throughout the week for new chats between different authors.


David Allen Sibley’s new What it’s Like to Be a Bird is the definitive bird book for birders and nonbirders alike, one sure excite and inspire by providing a new, deeper understanding of what common—mostly backyard—birds are doing and why.

David is the author and illustrator of the series of successful guides to nature that bear his name, including The Sibley Guide to Birds. He has contributed to Smithsonian, Science, The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, Birding, BirdWatching, and North American Birds, and to The New York Times. He is the recipient of the Roger Tory Peterson Award for Lifetime Achievement from the American Birding Association and the Linnaean Society of New York’s Eisenmann Medal. He lives and birds in Massachusetts.

John (Jack) Muir Laws has written and illustrated several books including How to Teach Nature Journaling (co-authored with Emilie Lygren), The Laws Guide to Nature Drawing and Journaling, The Laws Guide to Drawing Birds, Sierra Birds: A Hiker’s Guide, and The Laws Field Guide to the Sierra Nevada. He is a regular contributor to Bay Nature magazine with his “Naturalists Notebook” column.


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