Julia Franks explores history of women's reproductive rights in new fiction novel 'The Say So'

Author Julia Franks explores women's choices and reproductive rights in her new novel “The Say So.” (Courtesy of Julia Franks)

Who has the ultimate say about a woman’s choices regarding her own body and the life of the baby? Julia Franks explores the question with depth of heart in her new novel “The Say So.” In this interview, the author Julia Franks speaks with “City Lights” host Lois Reitez about the new book.

“It was before the pill, and before Roe v Wade, so you ended up with all of these “unwed mothers,” and suddenly it was this problem,” Franks said.

Author Julia Franks. More information about her new novel, “The Say So,” is available here.