Louise Marvin

Louise Marvin wrote her first book at the age of ten, about a family of snakes, for a school craft fair. It won an award and Louise’s parents and teachers encouraged her to keep writing. She never stopped. As a teen, she wrote record reviews for the local paper in her Northern California hometown and briefly considered a career in music journalism, but in the end a battered library copy of Tales of the City, by Armistead Maupin, inspired Louise to become a storyteller, instead.

These days, Louise lives in a haunted apartment in Western Massachusetts and works in the cannabis industry to pay the bills. She is supervised by two cats, Beatrice and Ramona, roots for the San Francisco Giants and 49ers, and firmly believes the best Star Trek movie is The One With the Whales.

Louise 's Books with Tule: