Love in the Time of Foreclosure

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Stephanie Alison Walkers Love in the Time of Foreclosure is a frontline account of one couples battle to save their Los Angeles home. From the first foreclosure notice to the day she and her husband finally moved out, Walker details a maze of lenders, last-ditch phone calls to the governor, realtors from hell and awkward looks across the office. She also writes about the costs no one talks about: the gut-wrenched anxieties, the stress-tested marriage and the endless support from family and friends. She's sharing her story so others know what to expect - from banks, from brokers, from the family down the street. Walker hopes to remove the stigma of financial hardship, and her positive attitude, even as she loses everything, is a lesson for everyone in times like these.


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About the author (2011)

Stephanie Alison Walker is a Chicago-based blogger and playwright. Her full-length plays include "American Home" (2011 Winner of American Blues Theater’s Blue Ink Competition, 2010 Echo Theater’s Big Shout Out finalist, 2010 Princess Grace Award semi-finalist, 2010 workshop at The Blank Theatre in Los Angeles), "The Art of Disappearing" (2008 Princess Grace finalist, 2008 HotCity Greenhouse Festival of New Plays, 2008 workshop at The Blank Theatre in Los Angeles) and "Three Fittings" (2008 South Florida Theatre Festival Audience Favorite for The Women’s Theatre Project production, 2004 world premiere by Walker Kelly Productions in Los Angeles) and "Something of Great Importance." Follow Stephanie on Facebook or at

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