Secrets of the Blue Bungalow by Kevin Fisher-Paulson at Napa Bookmine

Napa Bookmine presents a talk with Kevin Fisher-Paulson, author of the new book, Secrets of the Blue Bungalow, on Thursday, Aug. 31, from 6 to 7 p.m. Fisher-Paulson studied writing at the University of Notre Dame, with subsequent coursework at the University of Iowa and the University of Oregon.  He has produced work with the National AIDS Theater Festival as well as the ODC Next Wave Festival and contributes irregularly to the National Public Radio Perspective Series.  He has written a weekly column for the San Francisco Chronicle for the past eight years.  He has written three books, the first a triple finalist in two independent publishing competitions, including the Benjamin Franklin award.  When not writing, he serves as a chief deputy with the San Francisco Sheriff’s office.  Fisher-Paulson lives in a bright blue bungalow in the Outer, Outer, Outer Excelsior neighborhood of San Francisco with his husband Brian, his two sons, Zane and Aidan, and two rescue dogs.

Napa Bookmine, 1625 Second St., Napa,


August 31