In Erosion, Terry Tempest Williams bears unflinching witness to what gets stripped away.
Gary Snyder’s Tawny Grammar is short on pages but long on decency.
In Cruising, Alex Espinoza traces the history, experience, and intimacy of anonymous love.
In his new book, Alta California, Nick Neely rediscovers the Golden State one step at a time.
Anthony McCann uses the Malheur occupation to tell a bigger story of the American West in Shadowlands: Fear and Freedom at the Oregon Standoff.
DREAMERS AND SCHEMERS By Barry Siegel University of California Press, 272 pages, $29.95 Dreamers and Schemers: How an Improbable Bid ...
Upton Sinclair’s 1934 bid for California’s governorship has lessons for today.
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