Katia Noyes

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Katia Noyes is an American author whose works have appeared in many publications and anthologies. Her debut novel, Crashing America, was a Book Sense Notable Book in 2005,[1] and was chosen as one of the Ten Best Gay/Lesbian Books of 2005 by Amazon.com[2] and the UK's Rainbow Network.

A third generation Californian who was raised on the Stanford University campus, Noyes lives in the Glen Park neighborhood of San Francisco.[citation needed]


  • Katia Noyes interview by the United Kingdom's Lucia Pajon in Libertas [1]
  • Filmmaker George Csicery's review of Crashing America in Bookslut magazine [2]

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