Author and lecturer of "For the May Queen" to speak

Kate Evans, a lecturer at San Jose State University, will be reading from her new novel “For the May Queen”  twice in November and twice in February. Her first local reading is 7:30 p.m. tomorrow night at an author’s open mic at the Barnes & Noble Almaden Plaza, San Jose.

Reviews of the novel:

“Can a novel about college freshman be a page turner? In Kate Evans’ capable hands, you bet! …  Evans hooks the reader from the first paragraph with this story of love and friendship among compelling characters who grapple with the essential question we all have to face: Who are you?” –Patricia Valdata, author of “The Other Sister”

“Evans skillfully reminds us all of what it means to be young, questioning, and prone to get a lot wrong on our way toward an adulthood where we know ourselves–and those around us— just a little better.” –Jayne Pupek, author of “Tomato Girl”

Read her first chapter here for free, read reviews here, buy the book here, or listen to an interview here.

Events featuring FOR THE MAY QUEEN:

Friday, Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m., Reading and Booksigning
(with several other California Writers Club Writers)
Barnes & Noble, Almaden Plaza, San Jose

Wednesday, Nov. 12, 12-1 p.m.
Reading and Booksigning (with Dan White)
San Jose State University, Student Union, 3rd floor (Umunhum Room)

Thursday, Feb. 5, 7 p.m.
Reading and Booksigning (with Patricia Harrelson)
Books Ins. in the Castro, San Francisco

Wednesday, Feb. 18 (2009), 7:30 p.m.
Reading and Booksigning, followed by reception
San Jose State University, MLK Library, 5th Floor (Schiro Program Room)

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