Cathy Luchetti

Creative Non-fiction Author



    Library Laureate 2005, San Francisco
    Reads and Writes

    Library of Congress “Books & Beyond” Series lecture

    National Archives speaker

    Laura Bush’s White House Symposium on Women of the West in the Salute to American Authors Series

    The Sacramento Book Collectors Club 63 Anniversary Honoree

    Grant recipient, The Book Club of California

    Lectures on CSPAN and NPR; books reviewed in The New York Post, Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, Newsday, The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and over 300 more.

Keynote speaker

    National Storytelling Conference, Denver, CO,

    National Park Service Conference, Reno NV

TV and Theatre

    Hot on the Trail: Sex Love and Romance in the American West, a Wyler/Rimland production for Ted Turner, narrated by Keith Carradine, broadcast nationally on TBS

    Consultant and participating historian for Secrets of the Gold Rush a la carte productions, broadcast nationally on PBS.

    Writer, consultant and participant in Home on the Range, a pilot for a series based on the book, Home on the Range. Homemade Productions, San Francisco, CA

    A&E Channel, The Love Chronicles, author/consultant

    Most Blessed, an original play by Stuart E.W. Smith from I Do! by Cathy Luchetti, performed by the Motherlode Stage Company

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