.Books & Literature

Sep 13, 2022

‘California Burning’ chronicles PG&E’s history and recent scandals

Last week’s historic heatwave served as a reminder of the historic fragility of the Golden State’s power system. In the past 20 years, Northern Californians have been plunged into darkness on numerous occasions. So, when state officials warned of blackouts again last week due to surging demand, millions of people...
Apr 5, 2022

Found Poems: New volume by Ulalume González de León

The new poetry book from Sixteen Rivers Press, Plagios (Plagiarisms) Volume Two by Mexican poet Ulalume González de León,...
Jan 5, 2022

On the Page—An Excerpt from ‘Beat Blues’

When he’s not writing, Jonah Raskin is writing; which is to say he is always writing. The prolific author and...
Wine Dogs
Mar 10, 2021

Wine Dogs

Anthropologists believe the “domestication event” that led to wolves becoming Canis lupus familiaris—a.k.a. the modern dog—occured about 10,000 years...
Mar 3, 2021

Ferlinghetti Spaghetti

A poet prevails As regards the recent passing of poet, playwright and Beat publisher, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, exiting at three digits...
Nov 20, 2020

The Modern Witch’s Guide to Magickal Self-Care

A “cottage witch,” according to Witchipedia, is “a witch whose magickal practice focuses mainly on the home.” Add to...
Nov 18, 2020

Sonoma Noir: New Jonah Raskin Mystery

Shelter-in-place provided prolific Sonoma County author Jonah Raskin ample time to conclude his murder mystery trilogy starring...
Nov 18, 2020

Formerly Unsheltered Sonoma County Author Takes New Direction

Edward Campagnola is currently editing the uplifting sequel to his debut novel, ‘Directions to the Dumpster.’
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