An Alameda author uses her imagination to create a post- apocalyptic, sci-fi romance with paranormal elements involving blue aliens, green aliens, and Earthlings.
This year’s gathering for bibliophiles brings 300 authors, dozens of poets, erotic literature, films, and children’s programming to Berkeley on June 4-5.
Whimsical illustrations, close-up photos, and inspiring stories enliven print.
The Oakland native lets his Greekness shine through his newest book, Wings of Wax, that examines a father-son relationship.
Taking on billionaires, war criminals, and heritage.
Does graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang have the chops to get youngsters reading more?
Three books look back on the East Bay Rats, the Oakland A’s, and 1870s frontier life.
Bookseller Nick Petrulakis has a bit of a side gig going. He likes cocktails, he likes books, and what could be a more natural pairing?
Binge eating and sensual pleasures, apocalypse and government spies, a way of life and taking chances are the prevalent themes of this month’s books.
Nondigital printing finds popularity in Oakland rooted in a Mills College book art program that may fall by the wayside.