We speak to the author of the Maisie Dobbs novels often appearing on the New York Times best-seller list, Jacqueline Winspear.
We sat down with Larkspur’s Jasmin Darznik to discuss her new book, Song of a Captive Bird.
We sat down with Mill Valley’s Tom Barbash to discuss his new novel "The Dakota Winters."
We sat down with Oakland journalist Shane Bauer to discuss his book American Prison, which explores the country’s insidious nexus of prison and profit.
Now you can add librarians to the list of things Marin is known for. A Marin Local Library Director Wins the 2018 Sullivan Award
We share the best book nooks for reading, eating, and socializing. If you're an avid literature fan in Marin County, find an independent bookstore near you!
Regina Louise discusses her new book Someone Has Led This Child to Believe which follows her childhood in the U.S. foster care system.
We discuss her new book and its spotlight on devision in Americans.
We sat down with San Rafael’s Deborah Santana to discuss her new book.
The astronaut answers some questions about what it’s like to be out of this world.
A year of writing workshops led by Albert Flynn DeSilver. Complete your book!
Celebrate the release of a never-before-published collection of poems by Shel Silverstein.
We sat down and spoke with Nion McEvoy, CEO and chairman of Chronicle Books in San Francisco.
In her new book, Tiburon resident Kathleen Buckstaff helps young people find their way into healthy relationships.
Several Marin County authors and personalities will highlight this weekend’s Bay Area Book Festival in downtown Berkeley.
Learn more about his latest book, "The Inner Life of Cats"
We sat down with Mill Valley’s Paul Scheuring, creator of Fox’s "Prison Break", to discuss his new book, "The Far Shore".
We sat down with Novato's Peter B. Logan to discuss his new book, "Audubon: America's Greatest Naturalist and His Voyage of Discovery to Labrador."
Don't miss the Property Brothers at Book Passage in Corte Madera this weekend! Kasia Pawlowska has the details.
Zack Ruskin shares what's on the books in April at Book Passage.
2015 marked the launch of a new literary magazine, bringing the county’s tally to four, and with topics like local tide schedules and cover art by notable artists, they’re as varied as the county itself.
We sat down with San Anselmo’s Jacqueline Winspear to discuss her new book, "Journey to Munich: A Maisie Dobbs Novel."
We sat down with San Francisco’s Amy Guittard to discuss her new "Guittard Chocolate Cookbook."
We sat down with Marin Magazine’s own Jim Wood to discuss his new book, "What a Trip! A Mostly Positive Life Story."
Meet the author of "Stand Up Paddling Performance" this weekend at Bluerush in Sausalito. Resident On the Water blogger Geoff James has the details.
We sat down with Novato’s Kathryn Otoshi to discuss her new book with the late Bret Baumgarten, Beautiful Hands.
We sat down with Nicolette Hahn Niman of Bolinas to discuss her motivations for writing the new book "Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production."
Picks for summer.
Suzanne Finnamore’s memoir of divorce.
Michael Krasny's Off Mike