Kim Wyatt is a writer, editor, and publisher who believes in the power of storytelling to change the world. She also loves to forage and hike in the Sierra Nevada.
Meet Kim, founder of Bona Fide Books, at the South Lake Tahoe Library on Wednesday, August 29th at 6:30 p.m. The evening is free and refreshments will be served, sponsored by your Friends of the Library. Bona Fide Books newest release, Tahoe Blues, will be available for purchase.
Kim Wyatt is the publisher of Bona Fide Books, an independent press in Meyers, CA. She has worked in most facets of publishing, including journalism, textbook development, manuscript evaluation, and as managing editor at print and online publications. Other bona fides include a stint as a bunny girl in Tokyo, a deckhand in Alaska, and over ten years working in Yosemite National Park. She holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from the University of Alaska, Anchorage. Bona Fide Books is the natural convergence of her lifelong love of literature and commitment to community. She is also a fungophile, Francophile, and amateur naturalist.
South Lake Tahoe Branch Library
1000 Rufus Allen Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Library Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 am – 8 pm
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm
For more information about this South Lake Tahoe event, please call 530-573-3185. For more info about Kim and how she’s transformed the Lake Tahoe community, visit www.bonafidebooks.com.
The South Lake Tahoe Branch Friends of the Library are volunteers who support the library. They raise money for children’s programs, books and other library needs at our book sales. Anyone can be a member of the Friends of the Library. Go to www.eldoradolibrary.org and click on Friends of the Library Volunteers and Donations to find out how.
The Friends of the Library sell gently used books in the lobby year round. They have a great selection of books from best sellers to children’s books. There are also several big book sales held throughout the year, during which they sell books on tape, videos and books at bargain prices.
The Friends of the Library also sponsor a wide variety of great programs for children and adults, including lectures, book talks, workshops, live music, and a series of family programs during the summer.