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Thursday, December 1, 2022

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Lit

In ‘Tell Us When to Go,’ friendship riven by Web 2.0’s gentrification and fantasy

Emil DeAndreis’ novel tells the story of two former baseball teammates navigating the city's growing divide

At Mission bookstore Medicine for Nightmares, the remedy for struggle is familia

'A lotus blossoming in mud': Rare POC-owned bookstore rows against the tides of late capitalism with poetry, music, art

Building an architect: Novelist imagines the Bay Area youth of Julia Morgan

In 'Drawing Outside the Lines,' Susan J. Austin sketches a foundation for the mind behind Hearst Castle.

Which witches? Choreographer Liz Lerman’s coven is here to dance

"Wicked Bodies" at YBCA conjures magic from a diverse cast, in reaction to the crude depictions of the past

Ready to get started? In new book, W. Kamau Bell asks us to ‘Do The Work’

At Gateway High with co-author Kate Schatz, the comedian introduced his anti-racism activity kit that challenges readers to step up

‘Am I a bad gay?’: Andrew Sean Greer’s ‘Less’ sequel digs deep with sharp laughs

In 'Less is Lost,' the Pulitzer winner sends his 'moderately accomplished novelist' protagonist on a more intimate journey

Bootleg bliss: ‘After All is Said and Done’ is a holy book for Deadheads

Master collector of Grateful Dead fan recordings Mark A. Rodriguez has created a random, righteous anthology.

Ingrid Rojas Contreras’ memoir plants a supernatural family tree

'The Man Who Could Move Clouds' follows the Colombian author's journey to understand the mysteries of the past.

How a feminist faced the world 100 years ago

New biography of groundbreaking California journalist Elsie Robinson's life is a remarkable investigative achievement

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

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

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