Books by Beverly Olevin

Beverly Olevin’s The Good Side of Bad was named Kirkus Indie’s best fiction book of 2010. Besides that honor, Olevin’s short story, “The Gypsy Moon,” was featured in Ms. Magazine and her play Soundings was a Los Angeles Times critics pick. In 2008, she was artist-in-residence for UCLA Extension’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. She teaches courses in acting and theatre at UCLA and at the University of Washington.

THE GOOD SIDE OF BAD by Beverly Olevin
Released: Sept. 1, 2010

"This true and telling novel is optimistic, realistic and sensitively told."
Three siblings balance family dysfunction and love in Olevin's (The Breath of Juno, 1996) new novel. Read full book review >