Rebecca Razo has 20+ years' combined experience in book + magazine publishing, editorial project management, and content creation. She has overseen the creative and editorial development of hundreds of books and is a prolific writer with numerous credits to her name, including Quiet Los Angeles (Frances Lincoln 2016).
A visionary thinker with more ideas than she can possibly harness, Rebecca's projects have spanned multiple categories, including art + craft, DIY, holistic health, mind*body*spirit, architecture, home design + decor, travel, history, lifestyle, and games. In addition to her work in illustrated nonfiction, Rebecca is an essayist and published poet.
She resides in the greater Portland metro area.
Quiet Los Angeles
Quiet Los Angeles takes readers on a journey through a variety of quiet places in the midst of one of the world's busiest cities. This guide offers both visitors and locals a chance to enjoy the quiet side of the City of Angels, to find places off the beaten track, explore enticing small museums and galleries, or relax amid the fragrances of peaceful gardens. Included are more than 120 quiet places in which to meet, drink, dine, sleep, read, and wander. Evocative photographs accompany a short description for each location, including access and contact details.
Press and Media Mentions
- "Playing Tourist in Your Own Hometown: Where to eat, drink, shop and take in the sights in Northeast L.A." boulevardsentinel.com July 31, 2019
- "Where to Find Peace and Quiet in L.A., According to a Former LAPD Officer," L.A. Weekly online, April 16, 2016
- "4 Books You Need to Read this April," Los Angeles Magazine online. April 11, 2016
- "7 Southern California Guidebooks to Help you Find Summer Adventures," Los Angeles Daily News online. July 25, 2016
- "Los Angeles for Arts Lovers," Poor Stuart's Guide.
- "Getting Crafty," The Costco Connection, Nov 2019