(a paltry listing of the many fabulous...)
Virginia Barton Brownback: Daredevil Twilight
Richard Blair and Kathleen Goodwin: Point Reyes Visions
Mark Dowie: American Foundations: An Investigative History
Jules Evens: Introduction to California Birds; Natural History of the Point Reyes Peninsula
Philip L. Fradkin: Wallace Stegner and the American West; Magnitude 8: Earthquakes and Life Along the San Andreas Fault, California; Wildest Alaska: Journeys of Great Peril in Lituya Bay; The Great Earthquake and Firestorms of 1906: How San Francisco Nearly Destroyed Itself; Fallout: An American Nuclear Tragedy; Wanderings of an Environmental Journalist: In Alaska and the American West; The Seven States of California: A Natural and Human History; A River No More: The Colorado River and the West; Stagecoach: Wells Fargo and the American West; Sagebrush Country: Land and the American West
Jon Francis: Planetwalker
Susan Hall: Painting Point Reyes and Home Before Dark
Robert Hass: Sun Under Wood; Field Guide;Twentieth Century Pleasures: Prose on Poetry (winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize)
Brenda Hillman: White Dress; Fortress; Death Tractates; Bright Existence; Emily Dickinson Poems; Loose Sugar; Cascadia; The Grand Permisson: New Writings on Poetics and Motherhood; Pieces of Air in the Epic; Coffee, 3AM; Autumn Sojurn; The Firecage
John Hulls: Rider in the Sky: How an American Cowboy Built England's First Airplane
Wendy Johnson: Gardening At The Dragon's Gate: At Work in the Wild and Cultivated World
Dewey Livingston: Discovering Historic Ranches in Point Reyes; Nicasio: Historic Valley at the Center of Marin; Point Reyes Peninsula: Olema, Point Reyes Station, and Inverness (Images of America, Arcadia Publishing)
Judith Lowry: Gardening with A Wild Heart; The Landscaping Ideas of Jays: A Natural History of the Backyard Restoration
Bonnie Shrewsbury Arthur: The Inverness Tales
Norman Solomon: War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death
Murray Suid: Words of a Feather, How to Be President of the U.S.A., Demonic Mnemonics, The Kids’ How to Do (Almost) Everything Guide
Prince Andrew Romanoff: The Boy Who Would Be Tsar
Conversation with Rebecca Solnit and Michael LernerSunday, June 302:00pmCommonweal, BolinasFree event - reservations required
In her new book, The Faraway Nearby, a fitting companion to her much-loved A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Rebecca explores the ways we make our lives out of stories, and how we are connected by empathy, by narrative, by imagination.
Tuesday, July 97:00pmBookstoreFree Event
The Marin Poetry Center’s Summer Traveling Show brings together Marin Poetry Center members from around the Bay Area to read their own or others' work aloud. This popular one-hour program is featured at 20 locations around the county—we’re delighted to be one of them.
author of Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the EarthSaturday, July 277:00pmDance Palace$15
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee will speak about his new book, Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth. For the past few years he has been writing and lecturing about the need for a spiritual response to our present ecological crisis.
Workshop @ Tomales BayWednesday, October 16 - Sunday, October 20
Writing By Writers is excited to announce that registration for the 2013 Writing Workshop at Tomales Bay in Marin County, California is now open.