Interview: Jeanette Baker, author of Catriona
- August 4, 2011
- Jeanette Baker, international studies alumnus, is featured in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer August 4, 2011
From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
Jeanette Baker is the award-winning author of fifteen novels, published by Pocket, Kensington and Mira Books. Many of the books are set in the lush countryside of historical and contemporary Ireland where she lives and writes during the summer months. Her ancestors, the O'Flahertys, hail from Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands located off the coast of Galway. She takes great pride in the prayer posted by the English over the ancient citygates, "From the wrath of the O'Flahertys, may the good Lord deliver us." Jeanette graduated from the University of California at Irvine with a degree in journalism and international relations and holds a Masters Degree in Education. When not in Ireland, she teaches in Southern California, reads constantly, attempts to navigate the confusing world of Facebook and, more recently, e-publishing, concocts creations from interesting cookbooks and enjoys the company of friends and children. She is the RITA award-winning author of Nell.
For the full story, please visit http://www.seattlepi.com/lifestyle/blogcritics/article/Interview-Jeanett....
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