Author Terry Tempest Williams discovers the gift of mystery in her mother’s journals
With a new book, ‘No Happy Cows,’ and the forthcoming Virtual Food Revolution Summit, author John Robbins stirs up a food uprising...
Santa Cruz prepares to spread the love of reading on World Book Night 2012
Local author explains how to find everlasting contentment with Western psychotherapy and Buddhist psychology
Pam Houston’s genre-breaking book takes readers on adventures far and deep within
MAH’s ‘Poetry and Book Arts Extravaganza’ explores new dimensions of books and words
Kiss procrastination goodbye; say hello to pen and paper
Local booksellers weigh in on books, book selling and the ins and outs of the industry
Robert Sward’s new collection spans a lifetime of dogs, loves, losses and poetry
Local author finds a sense of purpose in her tennis shoes
Lifelong dog friendship inspires children’s book series ‘Adventures of Jack and Rugby’
Russell Banks’ new novel tackles taboo topics of sex offenders, Internet porn addiction and the ephemeral line between reality and fantasy
Author Jay Feldman sheds light on the darker side of American history
Author Juliet Eilperin takes readers on a global journey into the hidden world of sharks
Aspiring authors get the chance to tell their story at ‘Pitchapalooza’
Sunset magazine’s ‘One-Block Feast’ takes local cuisine to the next level
Santa Cruz’s Nadia Krilanovich unveils an illustrated children’s book worthy of attention
The topic of food and money—and all the rich insights that can come along with exploring the emotions surrounding them—spring to life...
Ecology mixes with art in T.C. Boyle’s fascinating new environmental novel, ‘When the Killing’s Done’
Debut novelist’s provocative tale reveals casualties of war through a camera lens
Interview with Amy Sedaris at Bookshop Santa Cruz
Carolina De Robertis’ debut novel explores the bonds of motherly love through generations
After the stunning success of ‘The Lost Diary of Don Juan’, local Doug Abrams wants to share the wealth
Rev. Deborah L. Johnson goes deep in her new book
Steeped in family and tradition, the Coonerty clan takes the little bookseller that could into its milestone year
In their gripping memoir, three Sudanese boys share a tale of horror—and hope—and uncover the mindbending plight of war-torn Sudan.
Boy, has the prolific Caroline Myss got a (sacred) contract for you
Part II of Just Add Water, which chronicles the weekly happenings of Apollo and friends at the Santa Cruz coffeehouse Wholly Beans!
This is the first weekly installment of Just Add Water, which chronicles the weekly happenings of Apollo and friends at the Santa...