New York Times bestselling author Anne Lamott will interview Mark Yaconelli, author of Between the Listening and the Telling: How Stories Can Save Us, about the way storytelling can heal our families, our communities, and ourselves. This conversation is for anyone who wants to learn how our personal stories can become a medicine and source […]
In a city where discarded muses are a dime a dozen, author and award-winning actor Staci Greason’s All the Girls in Town explores the cost of loving the wrong person and the true power of friendship in reclaiming the self. Dani, Red, and Sasha have absolutely nothing in common, except the trail of tears bad […]
Perfect for fans of Shari Lapena and Hannah Mary McKinnon, debut author Mindy Carlson’s Her Dying Day tells of a mystery writer’s sudden disappearance leads a budding filmmaker down a dark road to treachery, murder, and long-buried sins.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Ruins and The Cold Millions comes a stunning collection about those moments when everything changes — for the better, for the worse, for the outrageous — as a diverse cast of characters bounces from Italy to Idaho, questioning their roles in life and finding inspiration […]
The sixth book from an incredible Marin runner.
Bridging language, gender and nationality, Salas Rivera is an advocate for the preservation and growth of Puerto Rican literature.
A Novel About the Turbulent 1960s and '70s, From Professor, Social Justice Advocate and Writing Coach Cathy Rath
This new book tackles difficult social justice issues — and tells a great story.
A coming-of-middle-age novel, Erin Gordon’s Peeps tells the story of Meg, a 51-year-old podcaster who has spent her life afraid of “what ifs.” After her mother’s death, Meg gathers the courage to seek answers from her uncle, driving across the country and conducting interviews for her podcast called Peeps along the way, in which she […]
Oakland author Monica West’s Revival Season provides a compelling read for our times.