By Tod Goldberg
"The sequel conducts extended discussions on how America is defined by crime, boldly linking gangland violence to the 9/11 attacks . . . Sal/David's mixing of Talmudic citations with Bruce Springsteen lyrics is still ...
Elizabeth RosnerElizabeth Rosner is the author of three novels and a poetry collection. She has won several awards for her writing, including being shortlisted for the prestigious Prix Femina for one of her works. She lives in Berkeley. We ask her five questions here.
NEWS & EVENTS
Five Questions for Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, author of A Kind of Freedom
Posted on August 3, 2017
What inspired you to write the novel? I noticed a trend in African American communities whereby members of my generation seemed to have fewer opportunities available to them... READ MORE
Posted on July 19, 2017
A KIND OF FREEDOM by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton New Orleans, LA: Octavia Books—reading/signing)—8/26 Port Richmond, CA: Cafe Society—reading/signing—9/1 Los Angeles, CA: Eso Won Books—reading/signing—9/8 New Orleans, LA: SIBA Discover Show—panel/signing—9/14-9/16 Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Book Festival—panel/signing—9/17 Berkeley, CA: Books Inc.—reading/signing—9/28 Houston, TX: Brazos Bookstore—reading/signing—10/19 BECAUSE IT... READ MORE
Five Questions for Sylvia Brownrigg, author of Pages for Her
Posted on July 10, 2017
What inspired you to write the new novel? Pages for Her is a sequel to a novel that was published in 2001, Pages for You. Those characters were very vivid to me as I wrote that novel, and have seemed... READ MORE
KGNU Radio Bookclub interviews The Blue Hour author Laura Pritchett
Posted on April 4, 2017