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Kris Radish is the author of six books. Her Bantam Dell novels The Elegant Gathering of White Snows, Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn and Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral have been on the bestseller and Book Sense 76 Selection lists. She also writes two weekly nationally syndicated columns.

She travels frequently throughout the country speaking about women's issues, the value of female friendships and the importance of personal empowerment, as well as the necessity for laughter, a terrific glass of wine, lying quietly in the summer grass, embracing kindness, following the path in your own heart and no one's else's, and having fun at all costs.

Kris Lives in Wisconsin with her partner, a teenage daughter—who she sees when the gas tank is empty, a college son—who shows up when it's time to wash clothes and where she is cursing through menopause on her Yamaha orange-lanced walking shoes, a chlorine blocking swim suit, a gallon of calcium, about 100 notebooks for her novels, short story, poetry, and journalism ideas and a case of cheap wine glasses.

She is also working on her fifth novel Searching for Paradise in Parker, PA which Bantam Dell will publish in 2008.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Fiction.
Mothers and daughters -- Fiction.
Lists -- Fiction.
Dreams -- Fiction.