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Rosa Hochschild, granddaughter of authors Adam and Arlie Hochschild, has written ‘Possum’s Forest.’ Meet her, and her grandfather, at the Bay Area Book Festival.
This article is brought to you by the Bay Area Book Festival. Tempus Fugit. Cui Bono? Fifty years ago, we could not have imagined phones that communicated without wires. Ten years ago, driverless cars were something out of a science-fiction novel — not on assembly lines. Artificial intelligence has already arrived — hello, Siri and […]
J. Kenji López-Alt, author of ‘The Food Lab,’ will be speaking on a panel at the Bay Area Book Festival on Saturday June 4.
This article is brought to you by the Bay Area Book Festival. What the heck is a lacuna? Its Latin root means “lake” or “pool.” Today it’s defined as an unfilled space or gap, with a secondary definition as “a missing portion in a book or manuscript.” Which brings us to Lacuna, the participatory art […]
This article is brought to you by the Bay Area Book Festival. Fill in the blank: B–k. Maybe you read “Book.” Or possibly your mind extrapolated a bit and thought “Berkeley.” Berkeley means books. There have been terrible losses: Cody’s (can it actually be eight years?), Shakespeare & Company (only last year), Black Oak Books on San […]
The Bay Area Book Festival has released its program of 140 keynotes, interviews, panels and stage presentations to take place all day Saturday and Sunday, June 6 and 7 in downtown Berkeley. The festival promises to be the biggest literary extravaganza the city has ever seen. The program covers the gamut from investigative journalism to […]