T. Christian Miller of ProPublica first wrote about an uninvestigated rape in 2015. The story has been turned into an article, a radio show and a book. Now it’s on television.
Teams from all three Berkeley middle schools held a “Battle of the Books” to prove who had read and internalized the most texts.
Jesse Kellerman, who lives in Berkeley, has written another novel with his father, Jonathan, about the former UC Berkeley basketball player turned deputy-coroner-cum-detective.
This novel by a Berkeley native takes readers to Cairo in three different points in time and explores the relationship of Muslims and Jews over three centuries.
In the adolescent language of sarcasm and self-consciousness, ‘Heretics Anonymous’ follows teenage characters as they figure out what, and who, they really believe in.
Gasp! Summer is almost gone. With Cal starting up in mid-August and BUSD starting Aug. 27, time is running out to get copious amounts of reading in.
The new Heyday book, by Berkeley native Oliver James, is part field guide, part coffee-table topper and part political call to action.
Listen to an excerpt from a documentary on Ursula K. Le Guin, the Berkeley-born author who died last week.
The Friends bookstore is stocked with donations from the community. Some are re-donated. Most are sold for under $3 to support the Berkeley Library. A few are exciting discoveries.
This Berkeley author, the daughter of two Holocaust survivors, has written an affecting memoir that explores the impact of her parents’ experiences on her own life.
Grant Faulker is helping 400,000 people write a novel this month. He also has a new book that helps writers tap into their creativity.
Doyle writes about people who disappear, fathers who desert their children, divorce, and homelessness in stories set in San Francisco and Berkeley.