Jane Juska's Writings
San Francisco Chronicle
The Castro in 2010 isn't nearly as much fun as Russian Hill in 1978, and Collingwood Street cannot compare with Macondray Lane. To make matters worse, Anna Madrigal in Armistead Maupin's new book, "Mary Ann in Autumn," is old - when we first meet her she is lying on the kitchen floor having what she calls a little snooze - and Mary Ann Singleton...
A brief autobiography I was born in March of 1933, the first of four, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to parents who loved me. I was a small baby, not quite five pounds, the last time in my life I would be underweight. My father was an intern in the hospital of my...
Causes Jane Juska Supports
Amnesty International, ACLU, Doctors without Borders, NARAL, Red Cross