2014 Literary Orange
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Alison Singh Gee
Keynote Speakers

Fiction: Magical Realism

Fiction: Novel Ideas

Fiction: Outside Looking In

Fiction: Women’s Lives, Women’s Stories

Food: Eating Your Words

Memoir: Family Ties

Mystery: Adrenaline Rush

Mystery: California Crime

Mystery: Past Unraveled

New Fiction: Flowers, Bees, Words

Non-Fiction: The Changing Face of Media

Poetry: A visual Language

Travel: Journeys in Writing

YA: The Awesome Age

Alison Singh Gee
Alison Singh Gee's memoir, Where the Peacocks Sing (2013), a National Geographic Traveler Book of the Month, received starred reviews in Library Journal and Booklist. A former staff writer for People magazine, Alison has also written for Vanity Fair, InStyle, International Herald Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times. In 1997, she won an Amnesty International Award for Feature Writing. She teaches creative nonfiction at UCLA Extension, and lives with husband Ajay and daughter Anais in South Pasadena. Alison is presently working on her second memoir, Cooking for the Maharani: Four Continents, Six Iconic Chefs and One Tall Glass of Revenge, about learning to cook around the world and then making seven nights of feasts for her Indian mother-in-law.
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Where the Peacocks Sing
Where the Peacocks Sing