JUNE GILLAM

Novelist, Poet, Gorilla Girl

Developer influence, fears of community disintegration woven into new Sacramento thriller

Local author June Gillam tackles a divisive time for the city in her novel House of Hoops.

Article by Scott Thomas Anderson, Sacramento News and Review.

Check out June’s Books

House of Hoops

Developer influence, fears of community disintegration woven into new Sacramento thriller

Local author June Gillam tackles a divisive time for the city in her novel House of Hoops.

Article by Scott Thomas Anderson, Sacramento News and Review.

Check out June’s Books

House of Hoops

How can we know who’s in this course?

In order to begin to know each other, people in this course can write introductions to themselves, including dipping into the "four colors," so to speak. Here are some questions to consider in shaping introductions: What are my hopes and dreams, my vision for myself...

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What 4colors? Writing Alone in a Group?

What are the Four Colors and what do they mean? The Four Colors are red, blue, purple and green. Each stands for one area of human experience: mission, strategy, operations and outcome—to name them in business language. But they easily transfer to all types of...

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Writing can bring laughter

Although it was not on my first-draft list of the rewards of writing, laughter is another bennie from writing. I realized this today when cleaning out papers from a box of things that belonged to my darling husband Jerry, who passed away from complications of diabetes...

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