September and October 2017
Sep. 21st, 7 pm, Tiburon Library: Reducing the Risk of Sexual Assault
Kathleen will share what she has learned about sexual predators’ traits, tactics and tricks and what we can do to exit early or intervene to reduce the risk of sexual assault. This talk is appropriate for all high school students and above. Parents, educators, and school counselors are encouraged to attend to increase their ability to identify predatory behavior and steps they can take to intervene early.
Sep. 24th, 7 pm, Book Passage, Corte Madera, Get Savvy Book Reading
Kathleen will share the first live reading of her one-woman play “Savvy” create from Get Savvy.
Oct. 16th, 7pm, City Visions KALW 91.7 FM SF Public Radio
Please join Kathleen and a panel of experts as they discuss: The problem and politics of sexual assault on the college campus. To listen to the show, please click here.
Oct. 19th, 7 pm, Tiburon Library: How to Practice Self-Love & Develop Healthier Relationships with Ourselves and Others
Kathleen will share tools from the second half of her book Get Savvy to help build self-love and positive neuroplasticity. She will discuss what it takes for teens and adults to cultivate a learning mindset towards love and how we build healthy emotional relationships in our lives. This talk is appropriate for all high school students and above. Parents, educators and school counselors are encouraged to attend to add tools to their toolkit that foster kindness and joy in their families and communities.
Kathleen’s BOOK LAUNCH May, 2017
Available on Amazon and Ingram for retailers.
Listed as the #1 Hot New Release on Amazon in five categories, including Parenting Teen Girls, Abuse Self-Help, and Health Teaching Materials
KTVU interview, click here to watch.
Watch a reading from Get Savvy:
Kathleen’s play Pick a Leaf opens at The Theatre Artists Studio. Based on a true story from her book Get Savvy, a young woman from Uganda meets a middle-aged California woman and they discover they share a common mission.
“Pick A Leaf, written by Kathleen Buckstaff and directed by Mary Clare Coleman, is political theater in its most sensitive and compelling form ~ a call to action to decry the abuses of girls as voiced by two women of different cultures, experiences, and pains. They remind us that the telling of their stories is a source of strength.” Broadway World, Herbert Paine 6/19/2015
Photography show by Kathleen Buckstaff
Reception Tuesday, April 15th, 6–8 pm, Tiburon Library
Hospice by the Bay reading for Volunteers
Monday, January 13, 2014 at noon
Hospice by the Bay
17 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Larkspur, CA 94939
Author Meet & Greet Stanford University
October 20, 2013, 8:30–10:00 am
Arriaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez St., Stanford, CA, 94305
LIVE, FAITH & FOOD June 25 at 6:30pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church
240 Tiburon Boulevard
Tiburon, CA 94920
BOOK LAUNCH: The Tiffany Box, a memoir
Book Launch Party, May 5th, 4 pm
Book Launch Party and Reading, May 8th, 6:45 pm
The Stanford Bookstore
519 Lasuen Mall
Stanford, CA 94305
Kathleen performs The Tiffany Box, a love remembered,
in New York City at The United Solo Festival,
410 West 42nd Street. The Tiffany Box is honored
and selected for publication.
Kathleen performs The Tiffany Box, a love remembered, Ross Valley Players, The Barn, Marin Art & Garden Center, Ross, CA.
Kathleen performs The Tiffany Box, a love remembered
at The Marsh, San Francisco, CA, to sold-out crowds.
The one-woman play, The Tiffany Box, a love remembered, written and performed by Kathleen Buckstaff opens at The Theatre Artists Studio, Phoenix, AZ and has sold-out crowds.
Kathleen performs her one-woman play Avoiding Calamities and Other Attempts at Life, Herberger Theater, Phoenix, AZ. She originally opened this play at The Theatre Artists Studio in November 2006.
School Speaker: 1997-present, grades k-12
Kathleen leads writing workshops helping students understand the creative process.