:: Ginnie and Beth Lo are sisters and best friends. They grew up in West Lafayette, Indiana, where they learned to play mahjong while sitting on their father’s lap. They continue to play to this day. Beth now plays mahjong in Missoula, Montana, with her husband, son and cousin who lives up the valley. Ginnie plays mahjong in Eugene, Oregon, with her husband, their children and the authors' mother, Kiahsuang Shen Lo, who lives next door. Kiahsuang wrote the Chinese calligraphy that appears in the book. Mahjong All Day Long is the sisters’ first book.
Ginnie Lo is a retired computer science professor who taught at the University of Oregon for many years. She enjoys hiking, international folk dancing, and traveling—especially taking family trips to China. The mother of two grown children, she lives with her husband in Eugene, Oregon.
Beth Lo is an award-winning ceramic artist who has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and United States Artists. An art professor at the University of Montana, she also plays bass in two bands. She has one grown son, and she and her husband live in Missoula, Montana. Her Web site is bethlo.com
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Ginnie Lo, firstname.lastname@example.org
Beth Lo, Elizabeth.email@example.com