Kim Bancroft is a longtime teacher turned editor and writer. She earned a BA in English from Stanford, an MA in English and a teaching credential from San Francisco State University, and a doctorate in education from UC Berkeley. She has taught at various high schools and community colleges in the Bay Area, at the Universidad de Guanajuato in Mexico, and at Sacramento State. Kim has edited several books, including “Ariel: A Memoir” by Ariel Parkinson; “The Morning the Sun Went Down” by Darryl Wilson; and “Ruth’s Journey: A Survivor’s Memoir,” by Ruth Glasberg Gold. She lives in Willits, California, in a redwood forest and enjoys the nouveau-Thoreau challenges and opportunities of life in a small cabin with a satellite dish on top. She is the great-great-granddaughter of Hubert Howe Bancroft.
ARTICLES FEATURING KIM
Now Entering the Independent Nation of Heyday, California
By reading "The Heyday of Malcolm Margolin," I've been given a much better, deeper understanding of who Margolin is, what Heyday publishes, and what it doesn't....