I met Jeanne Cordova when she came to do a reading and discuss her memoir When We Were Outlaws: a Memoir of Love and Revolution at the Claremont Women’s Cultural Center in 2012. She won many awards and gained recognition for Outlaws. As a role model, Chicana, feminist, community organizer, journalist, entrepreneur and author, Jeanne’s legacy […]
Whatever you plan…it happens…if you’re lucky. I have my Medicare card and as much gray hair as any women in my family ever had. So going to the July gathering of OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing for Change) in Oakland was both unnerving and inspiring. OLOC, founded in 1989, is the only organization devoted to old […]
Jeanne Cordova‘s new book, When We Were Outlaws is hard to put down. I feel like I hardly have time to read books anymore, as my IPhone seems to demand more and more of my attention. But Outlaws captivated me from start to finish. It is one of those books that made me feel a […]
Terry Wolverton interviews herself for Epochalips about her new novel, Stealing Angel: TW: Hey, Terry, congratulations on your new book! Why don’t you tell us about it? Terry: Have you ever done something bad, really bad, but for a good reason? That’s where Maggie Seaver, my protagonist, finds herself. She’s recently lost custody of the […]
Hang on, it’s going to be a wild ride!