San Francisco writer Regina Marler is the author of Bloomsbury Pie: The Making of the Bloomsbury Boom (Holt), and the editor of Selected Letters of Vanessa Bell (Pantheon) and Queer Beats: How the Beats Turned America on to Sex (Cleis). She contributes regularly to the NY Times Book Review, the Los Angeles Times, the Signet Classics series, and can now be read in the Freelance column of the TLS.
I'm continually influenced by my favorite writers and other great writers and can only hope I occasionally do them justice.
I'm writing a short story for an anthology on love in the digital age. I've also recently been lured back into orbit around Bloomsbury--a new, unexpected book four for me, I think.
Pantheon, Henry Holt, Moyer Bell, Bloomsbury (U.K.), Little, Brown (U.K.), Cleis Press, Alyson Books, Signet Classics (Penguin US).
Reading, parenting, more reading, and the pursuit of the perfect cup of green tea.
Equality CA; The American Red Cross; UNICEF USA; SFSPCA; Rocket Dog Rescue, San Francisco; Doctors Without Borders.
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