Arash Bayatmakou's book, which reads like a novel, tells of unbridled courage and achievement in the wake of a sudden and frightening life-altering event.
Doyle writes about people who disappear, fathers who desert their children, divorce, and homelessness in stories set in San Francisco and Berkeley.
The Berkeley journalist Lauren Markham has written a sensitive, moving portrait of two young "unaccompanied minors" from El Salvador.
In Janelle Brown's new novel, Billie Flanagan lives with her husband and 15-year-old daughter in the Elmwood District. Then she disappears.
The main character is 16-year-old Elizabeth, who has lost 40 pounds and four jean sizes in just a few months.
In the aftermath of Milo Yiannopoulos's appearance at UC Berkeley, groups of right-wing protesters have been harassing Revolution Books.
The Chez Panisse founder will read from her memoir, speak in conversation with Steve Wasserman and sign copies of her new memoir.
It's Labor Day weekend. If you have time to read, check out these books by Berkeley authors or with Berkeley themes.
Debby Goldsberry, who co-founded one of Berkeley's first medical cannabis dispensaries, has written a book on how to start and run a marijuana business.
Jesse Kellerman has set his new book, which he wrote with his father, in Berkeley. It features a deputy sheriff working for the coroner's bureau.