Jane Kirkpatrick

Oregon Book Award Finalist, Wrangler Award, WILLA Award
Jane Kirkpatrick

Jane Kirkpatrick is and Oregon author who has received wide and extensive accolades for her writings. Her works include Homestead, a memoir of leaving suburbia to live on Starvation Lane and 23 historical novels based on the lives of actual women. Her honors include the Western Heritage and National Cowboy Hall of Fame Wrangler award for A Sweetness to the Soul, also noted as one of the best books about Oregon published between 1800-2000. Where Lilacs Still Bloom earned the Carol Award, she has won two WILLA Literary Awards and two titles were Oregon Book Award Finalists. A Light in the Wilderness, her novel of one of the first African American women to cross the Oregon Trail, earned a finalist status from Western Writers of America, 2015. The Memory Weaver released in September explores the life of Eliza Spalding Warren, survivor of the Whitman tragedy of 1847.

Learn more at www.jkbooks.com

Crazy 8s Appearances

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jane has had to cancel her appearances.