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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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Lit

Author Kate Bowler’s cancer memoir “No Cure” is—terrifically witty?

Humor and honesty abound as the book's heroine documents her health battle.

Join 48 Hills publisher Marke B. for free ‘Youth Gone Wild’ talk online, Tue/26!

Samantha Durbin of 'Raver Girl,' José Vadi of 'Inter State,' and East Bay Yesterday's Liam O'Donoghue talk local youth culture and rebellion

Flowers for queen mothers: New book pays tribute to ‘Legends of Drag’

Authors capture 'palpable rawness, inimitable refinement, infinite permutations' of queens of a certain age

Handsome robots, encroaching void: Kate Folk charts dystopic dating in ‘Out There’

The local author's android characters, designed to seduce women and steal their data, are coming soon to a screen near you

It’s a rough time to be proud of the US. In ‘Fight Like Hell,’ Kim Kelly finds a way

The labor reporter's first book is a historical journey showing workers that they've always forged their own path forward

Lessons from a fearful fido: Meredith May’s ‘Loving Edie’

It may be packaged as a dive into doggy world, but the Bay Area author's second book is all about accepting limits.

‘Booth’ makes most of its historical fiction in tale of assassin and his kin

Author Karen Joy Fowler renders the story of John Wilkes' family as that of our country itself.

Nursing poems while fighting police terror: Asantewaa Boykin’s ‘Love, Lyric, and Liberation’

The Oakland-Sacramento writer, activist, and emergency room nurse debuts a collection of urgent, 'hungry' poems.

Passion for degraded materials: a conversational bibliography of Dodie Bellamy

From 'Feminine Hijinx' to 'Bee Reaved,' the quintessential SF writer talks art, life, 'Frozen,' E.T., and grief through her published works.

What sparks creativity? ‘Inspired’ inspects the tinder and the flame

Pulitzer-winning author Matt Richtel examines the journey creative people take to arrive at 'a-ha!'—with some surprises along the way.

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