We've selected some highlights from the Bay Area Book Festival, in addition to other literary, musical and artistic events for the weekend.
[Sponsored] Interest in translated literature – often ignored by major publishers – remains high in Berkeley.
'Women in Black' tells the story of Chance Hardwick, an exceptionally handsome young man from the Heartland who arrives in Hollywood in the 1950s. He becomes a movie star but, tragically, dies young.
The fifth annual Bay Area Book Festival, May 4-5, will fill downtown with hundreds of authors, exhibitors.
[Sponsored] The Bay Area Book Festival put together this cross-section of international authors you can see for yourself this weekend in downtown Berkeley.
Well over 200 authors are expected to be in town for the weekend festival which offers a program brimming over with book-related talks, outdoor booths and activities.
[Sponsored] In advance of her appearance at the Bay Area Book Festival, Katherine Applegate talks about her new book, 'Wishtree,' and the craft of writing for a younger audience.
[Sponsored] In response to #MeToo, the Bay Area Book Festival has created Women Lit, a collective of women helping to bring female writers to the April 28-29 festival in Berkeley.
[Sponsored] The Bay Area Book Festival has compiled a round-up of local groups, classes, resources and inspirations to help you move on to the next chapter of your writing career.
[Sponsored] With tips from Cornelia Funke, Dashka Slater, Innosanto Nagara, more.
[Sponsored] See powerhouses Roxane Gay, Lindy West, Ayelet Waldman, Susan Griffin, and more at the Bay Area Book Festival.
[Sponsored] The far-reaching synergy of two mediums is the focus of 'Auteur, Author: Film and Literature,' a collaboration between BAMPFA and the Bay Area Book Festival.