Andromeda Romano-Lax worked as a freelance journalist and travel writer before turning to fiction. Her first novel, The Spanish Bow, was translated into eleven languages and was chosen as a New York Times Editors' Choice, BookSense pick, and one of Library Journal's Best Books of the Year. Her next novels, The Detour (2012), Behave (2016) and Plum Rains (2018) have covered subjects from classical art, to the early years of psychology, to artificial intelligence, aging and relationships in the near future. Among her nonfiction works are a dozen travel and natural history guidebooks to the public lands of Alaska, as well as a travel narrative, Searching for Steinbeck's Sea of Cortez: A Makeshift Expedition Along Baja's Desert Coast, which was an Aububon Editor's Choice. Andromeda lives on a small island in British Columbia, having moved to Canada after living for two decades in Anchorage, Alaska, where she co-founded a nonprofit organization, the 49 Alaska Writing Center. She has also lived abroad in Taiwan and Mexico. Andromeda's website is www.romanolax.com and she enjoys hearing from readers.Read more Read less
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