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Thursday, June 17, 2021

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Lit

Through hardship, a pastor encounters good people in ‘United States of Grace’

Lenny Duncan's 'Memoir of Homelessness, Addiction, Incarceration, and Hope" isn't the usual redemption story.

Black Freighter Press sails in, boosting writers of color and radical imagination

The revolution will be published, with the help of SF Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin and Alie Jones' new outlet.

Beyond Didion: Alta Journal’s monthly California Book Club expands Golden State canon

'The idea is to fill in the textures and the flavors and the voices' of history and life in the West.

All the yuks: A history of stand-up comedy traces the artform’s evolution

Wayne Federman's 'The History of Stand-Up: From Mark Twain to Dave Chappelle' pays special attention to Bay Area

Letters to the Editor: Remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Remembrances of the late literary lion from writers David Talbot, Tony Robles, and Eric Sneathen

Books: ‘Drug Use for Grown-Ups’— everything we think about illegal drugs is wrong

Carl L. Hart's book dismantles anti-drug propaganda, prodding an honest dialogue about prohibition and addiction.

Books: Free City and the fight for community college education

A comprehensive history tells the story of the struggle to preserve SF's City College -- and block the neo-liberal approach to education.

Literary lion Ferlinghetti exits, but his community legacy roars on

Thoughts on Lawrence's passing—and how his heroic drive still resonates in SF, even now.

Poem: Public Protective Equipment *

An exhortation in double dactyl form

Books: ‘Pura Neta,’ the Mission, and the price of gentrification

An interview with author Benjamin Bac Sierra on his new and powerful novel.

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