September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury Aims High and Wide: Minamata Convention, Audiobook and LItCrawl with Christopher D. Cook, Alan Lessik, Sarah E. Kornfeld and Ismael Parra.

Next time I might think twice about writing three different First Nation Women’s voices, a Chilean, Persian, South African, etc in the same book—if I am going to read it for audio! But hey you can’t write an international Romance>Suspense>Memoir without the people. So please get out there and buy the audiobook or use your library card to rent it for free from through While you are at it— also have a look at the new (37) Amazon reviews and if you like themcheck off “yes” below the given review.


I will be reading from Chasing Mercury at LitQuake/Lit Crawl 2017 during--The National Writers Union Salutes: Moments Making Movements.Saturday, October 14, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm Noisebridge 2169 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

I’m honored to be reading with 4 other remarkable authors of very different works, each with a focus Movements related to environmental and human rights. — Christopher D. Cook: an award-winning investigative journalists and author of Diet for a Dead Planet: Big Business and the Coming Food Crisis, and a new memoir Road Ghost; Alan Lessik: novelist, writer, Zen practitioner, LGBT activist, non-profit director, and author ofthe acclaimed Troubleseeker; Sarah E. Kornfeld: cultural curator and author ofWhat Stella Sees; Ismael Parra: song writer, poet, translator, teacher, organizer and fighter for human and civil rights reading I am First Nations

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