Ana Brazil

Ana Brazil’s historical mysteries feature brash American heroines, the more bodacious the better. Her debut novel, Fanny Newcomb and the Irish Channel Ripper, won the 2018 IBPA Gold Medal for Historical Fiction. Her short stories—featuring such heroines as Kate Chopin and Evelyn Nesbit—have been published in crime fiction anthologies. Ana earned her master’s degree in American history from Florida State University, has worked as an architectural historian and a technical writer, and is now writing fiction full-time. A native Californian, Ana, her husband, dog, & cat live in the Oakland foothills. She is a founding member of Paper Lantern Writers.

Panel: Charm City: Historical Settings that Transport the Reader – with Edie Cay and C.V. Lee December 20 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm PST

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