Nina Revoyr

Special Guest Author, Saturday, May 6 at 6:00pm, Mt. View Mausoleum

Nina Revoyr is the author of six novels, including Southland, a Los Angeles Times Bestseller and “Best Book” of the year and a 2021 pick for the California Book Club; The Age of Dreaming, a Los Angeles Times Book Award finalist, Wingshooters, an O: Oprah Magazine “Book to Watch For” and winner of the Indie Booksellers’ Award, and Lost Canyon, a San Francisco Chronicle “Recommended Book.” Her most recent novel is A Student of History. Nina has been an associate faculty member at Antioch College and a visiting professor at Cornell University, Occidental College, Pitzer College, and Pomona College; and currently works as part of a philanthropic effort to improve economic mobility for low-income children and families. A longtime resident of Northeast Los Angeles, Nina now lives in the South Bay with her spouse and their dog, an energetic, moderately trained Border Collie.

Books That Make a Difference: So many, but here are just a few: Notes of a Native Son by James Baldwin, Beloved by Toni Morrison, Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich, and A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean.