A novelist, journalist and photographer, Kate Campbell grew up in San Francisco and has lived and worked throughout California and the West. Her novel "Adrift in the Sound," was a finalist for New York's 2011 Mercer Street Books Literary Prize. Her new book for writers: "Between the Sheets: An Intimate Exchange on Writing, Editing, and Publishing," chronicles the final shaping of "Adrift in the Sound" through a spirited exchange with her editor and co-author Thomas T. Thomas. An award-winning journalist and photographer, Campbell's environmental and political writing appears regularly in newspapers and magazines throughout the U.S. She lives in Sacramento and, in addition to writing fiction and poetry, publishes the Word Garden blog at kate-campbell.blogspot.com.
Adrift in the Sound
by Kate Campbell
Seattle street artist Lizette Karlson tries to pull herself together in 1973 and turns to the Franklin Street Dogs for help. This low-life softball team is a horrifying choice for a fragile spirit like Lizette, who’s only trying to stay warm and make through another rainy night. The Dogs don’t realize that while she’s beautiful...
Categories: All Historical Fiction; Literary Fiction
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