Frances Gendlin brings to her new book, "Paris, Moi and the Gang: A Memoir...of Sorts," twenty years of leadership in American magazine and book publishing. Former editor of Sierra Magazine and executive director of the Association of American University Presses, she has written multiple guidebooks to Rome, Paris, and San Francisco. For the last decade, Fran Gendlin has enjoyed living in Paris, where she is an active member of the expatriate literary community.
In this entertaining fictional memoir, readers are drawn into the daily adventures of an expat in Paris—a writer working on a new travel guide, while she and her "gang" of friends are living the life so many Americans can only dream of. Fran’s intimate relationship with Paris—both past and present—sings on every page, reminding us why this city stands alone in the world's imagination.