"...they both have a very keen sense of justice..." Kate Raphael talks about her novel, Murder Under the Bridge
Nina Serrano interviews Women’s Magazine producer and Palestine solidarity activist Kate Raphael about her debut novel, Murder Under the Bridge.
Listen now or Get MP3. 22:58 min.
Kate Raphael is a San Francisco Bay Area writer, activist, journalist, and clerical worker. She spent eighteen months as a peace worker in Palestine and spent six weeks in Israeli immigration prison because of her activism. She has won a residency at Hedgebrook writer’s colony and was once elected grand marshal of the San Francisco LGBT Freedom Day Parade.
You can find the book at many local bookstores, including Diesel and Laurel in Oakland, Books Inc. (Castro and Opera Plaza), Borderlands, Dog Eared, Modern Times, and Book Passage in San Francisco. Friends have found it at feminist bookstores in Atlanta and Tuscon, so it well might be at one in your city. You can also buy the print or ebook through any online retailer: Indiebound, Amazon, Powell’s, Barnes & Noble.
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Also on today's show:
Transgender Native Hawaiians
Singing to Stop Climate Change
Nov. 19, 7:30 pm
Book Celebration for
Kate Raphael's Murder Under the Bridge
La Pena Cultural Center, 3105 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley
With special appearances by political comedian Karinda Dobbins
and radio host Malihe Razzazan
Cupcakes from Angel Cakes
Book sales benefit for Middle East Children's Alliance
Friday, Nov. 20, 6:00 pm
Post-work happy hour
San Francisco Ferry Building