Books

The Female Gaze: A Dirty Old Women Anthology

Edie Windsor, the wealthy plaintiff in the case that eventually struck down…

 

Michael Eric Dyson Wants to Provoke Just Enough White Anger

Given the polarized political climate that characterizes our age, no political book…

 

Chatting With Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore is 40. That fact alone will surprise anyone who remembers…

 

Interviews: Salman Rushdie

After the two children's books he wrote for his sons generated such…

    Wed Sep 9th, 2015 5:00pm By Peter Lawrence Kane

Bookends: The Year's Best Reads

Surely the critics at a publication like The New York Times have…

    Tue Dec 23rd, 2014 4:00pm By Stephen Sparks

Seeing Things: Cyberpunk's Most Famous Prophet Returns to Speculative Fiction with His New Novel, The Peripheral

William Gibson, celebrated author of the cyberpunk classic Neuromancer and coiner of…

    Tue Oct 28th, 2014 4:20pm By Michael Berry

Science Friction: In the Close-Knit World of Sci-Fi, Author John Scalzi Goes His Own Way

If you're looking for a barometer of the state of science fiction…

    Tue Sep 2nd, 2014 4:15pm By Michael Berry

Lonely City: A New Field Guide to San Francisco

Every once in awhile, there comes a beautiful work of art that…

    Wed Mar 26th, 2014 4:00am By Juan De Anda

Whodunit: SFSU Professor Joseph McBride Finds a New Angle on the JFK Assassination

Noted film historian, critic, and journalist Joseph McBride has quietly maintained a…

    Wed Aug 28th, 2013 4:00am By Casey Burchby

Exotic Foreign Lands: Author Adam Johnson Went a Long Way to Research a Nation That Wouldn't Talk to Him

Last year, no Pulitzer Prize for Fiction was awarded, but that was…

    Wed May 29th, 2013 4:00am By Alexis Coe