ESPN and radio sports personality Howard Bryant has football tome for young readers; a former Oakland cop spins a serial killer yarn; and unlikely couple searches their pasts.
Circle the dates for the East Bay’s most enticing art shows, dance performances, film festivals, lit events, and musical gigs.
An Alameda woman publishes City Lights’ first children’s book with a Berkeley illustrator and earns bestseller status.
Budding East Bay writers have new local places to explore to share their latest works.
An Alameda author puts a year of teaching English to ninth-graders and traveling China in perspective.
This month’s new books offer insight into the Doolittle mission, home gardening and cooking, and the benefits of progressive education.
One of Oakland’s favorite authors has a new novel out on shelves this spring: a young adult thriller-suspense, Something Haunted This Way Comes, with ghosts, a haunted manor, and a strong heroine at its core.
This Alamedan is a writing teacher, writing coach, author, and artist, but she is best defined by an extraordinary creative spirit.
Three new take on frontier minutiae, urbane fantasy, and vegan cooking.
A sassy reporter, a wise and funny dog, and an out-there illustrator have a few words for you.