An interview profile of ZYZZYVA’s editors Laura Cogan and Oscar Villalon on the journal’s 30th anniversary, in anticipation of the 30-year celebration party on May 29, 2015. First published in SF Weekly.
(Nicole McFeely) Featured Event: Wednesday, 9/21-Sunday, 9/25 – 47th Annual Big Book Sale We’re talking the West Coast’s largest book sale, here. Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion welcomes over 500,000 books,…
Author of "I Hate the Internet", an international bestseller set mostly in San Francisco and inspired by the tech-fueled gentrification that has so rapidly changed the city, Jarett Kobek reads from his new novel "Only Americans Burn in Hell." Set in 2019, it's a satirical fantasy featuring an immortal fairy queen and a Saudi prince […]
Recipient of a Smithsonian Ingenuity Award for her work with Voice of Witness, the human rights and oral history nonprofit she co-founded to amplify marginalized voices through a book series and national education program, Mimi Lok celebrates the publication of her debut novella and story collection, "Last of Her Name." She'll be in conversation with […]
Now an annual tradition, the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park hosts a 24-hour reading marathon of Herman Melville's classic novel "Moby Dick", considered by many to be one of the great American novels. The marathon is open, so you can join the cast of 100+ readers by signing up for a chapter or two, […]