Mae Respicio Author Signing

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Friday, March 19, 2021 - 8:00am
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Private Virtual Event

Any Day with you cover image, Mae Respicio author photo provided by school, and The House that Lou Build cover image with white borders on a bright yellow background

Mae Respicio author photo provided by school

About the Author: Mae is author of the middle grade novels The House That Lou Built, Any Day With You, and How to Win a Slime War (out September 2021). She is the past recipient of a PEN Emerging Voices Fellowship and has been a writer-in-residence at Hedgebrook and the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Her writing & photography has been featured in many publications, and she worked with the Filipino-American community of Los Angeles to edit the nonfiction book Images of America: Filipinos in Los Angeles (Arcadia Publishing). For many years Mae also worked at the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, developing, implementing, and overseeing top notch literary events, creative and screenwriting courses, and helping to build a thriving literary community. Mae lives with her family in the suburban wild of Northern California.

The order deadline for personalized book plates is Sunday, March 21st

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