2016 Literary Orange
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Meredith May
A Conversation with Gregg Hurwitz

A Conversation with Kate Quinn

California Crime: MissDeeds

Cold Blooded: Who Done It?

Fiction: Fact Meets Fiction

Fiction: Family Ties

Fiction: Where Life Leads Us

Genealogy: Family Ingredients

Historical Fiction: The Past is Always Present

Lifestyle: Healthy Inspirations

Memoir: Every Life Has a Story

Non-Fiction: Uncovering History

Secret Suspense: A Thriller of a Panel

What Do I Read Next?

World Mosaics: People and Places
Meredith May
Meredith May is an award-winning journalist, author, and a fifth-generation beekeeper. She spent sixteen years at The San Francisco Chronicle, where her narrative reporting won the PEN USA Literary Award for Journalism and was short-listed for the Pulitzer Prize. She taught digital journalism and podcasting at Mills College in Oakland for 10 years. She is co-author of I, Who Did Not Die, the true story of a 13-year-old Iranian child soldier who risked his life to save an enemy fighter during the brutal Iran-Iraq War. Her memoir, The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and A Girl Saved By Bees, (HarperCollins/Park Row 2019) is translated into eleven languages.