Kathleen Archambeau’s essay, “Seized,” appeared in a collection of 21 authors, entitled, The Other Woman, and edited by Victoria Zackheim. Of the book, Publishers Weekly said, “The main attraction…is the top-drawer writers…” The book was also featured on The Today Show, in People and O magazines and named by the LA Times Sunday Weekly one of the best books of its genre. Archambeau’s first book, Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels, was featured in Forbes twice and endorsed by BareEscentuals CEO Leslie Blodgett and U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
Archambeau started as a poet, studying intensely with Adrienne Rich and Elizabeth Woody. Derek Walcott and Robert Haas critiqued her poetry.
Currently, Archambeau is finishing her first novel, My Mother’s Silk Shoes, which will come out under her family name, Kathleen Moran. Kathleen lives with her Beloved and the family Labrador, a Guide Dog Career Change Puppy, Holly, in the SF Bay Area.