In 1976 while working for an American entrepreneur in Paris, Janice decided to quit her job and take off with her camera and duffle bag to see the world. When her boss read her letter of resignation, he responded in his deep Texas drawl, “You tell that girl she otta be a writer.”
She did just that.
“Graham is an astute chronicler of sentiment and motive.” — Publishers Weekly (Firebird)
“Graham is always and abundantly a good time…the sheer generosity of her invention, and her unfailing ability to create believable characters of every ilk, from the tepid to the grotesque, are nothing short of stunning.” — Kirkus Reviews (The Tailor’s Daughter)