Books & Literature

Bell or High Water

“Talking about what is and isn’t funny is like talking about what does and doesn’t turn you on,” says...

Write the Storm

In the early hours of Oct. 9 last year, poet Ed Coletti and his wife, Joyce, were among the...

Write Now

Established in 1975, the North Bay– based Redwood Writers is the largest chapter in the statewide California Writers Club,...

Writing Waves

There is something about immersing oneself in saltwater for extended periods of time and dodging walls of waves that...

Take Flight

Photographer and conservationist Paul Bannick has dedicated his life to exploring the wilds of North America and intimately documenting...

Worth the Wait

For 45 years, more questions have surrounded author Harper Lee than answers. After publishing the seminal To Kill a...

Flying Through Glass

Poet Harold Norse never reached the fame of some of his contemporaries in the Beat Generation—and all his books...

Oh, the Fecundity!

Recently, a quartet of editors was standing outside on a cool and breezy corner in Pt. Reyes Station, waiting...

Lexicographer

The most insightful part of Douglas Gayeton's new book, Local: The New Face of Food and Farming in America...

Forget About It

"It's a children's book for adults, about what you knew as a kid, why it was important to forget...

Thumbs Up

Hitchhiking began as a Depression-era necessity and is now regarded as an oddity. The general consensus is that you...

The Big Reveal

Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas stunned the world in 2011 when he revealed that he was an undocumented...

Star Voyager

It's the ultimate time capsule, a hopeful representation of humankind's endeavors and accomplishments filled with the unique sounds and...

Bottled Poetry

Bread, milk and chocolate can be obtained from the supermarket, but what happens when it's not the pantry that...
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