Kathleen Archambeau

Archambeau, Kathleen: - From Tony Kushner to Adrienne Rich, Kathleen Archambeau has connected LGBTQ luminaries in the movement for equal rights since 1992. An award-winning nonfiction writer and journalist, Archambeau wrote a regular column profiling icons for one of the oldest queer newspapers in the country. Her first book was endorsed by Nancy Pelosi and Leslie Blodgett and featured twice in Forbes. Her essay, Seized, one of only two Lesbian essays in a collection of 21 authors that included Jane Smiley, The Other Woman edited by Victoria Zackheim was lauded by Publishers Weekly for its top-drawer writers and featured on The Today Show, People, L.A. Sunday Weekly and O magazines. A founding supporter of the LGBT wing of the SF Public Library and the Dance of America Foundation Board, VP and Co-Chair of Fundraising for one of the first mental health agencies dedicated to services for the LGBT community, Archambeau has worked tirelessly to extend equal access to all Read More chevron_right