In this newsletter, we look at the wide-ranging accomplishments of the author of the July California Book Club selection.
Sands Hall explores allegations that author Wallace Stegner plagiarized parts of his Pulitzer Prize–winning Angle of Repose.
The Golden State’s kelp forests—complex ecosystems that have been ravaged by climate change—are disappearing.
A playwright turned literary detective on what Wallace Stegner took from Mary Hallock Foote.
“For me, it was a moment of such gratitude that I got the opportunity to start, make, and finish a film that will outlive us all."
NFTs are a billion-dollar industry—but what on earth (or the internet) are they?
What’s so funny about growing up in a country where people regularly tell you “Go back to where you came from”? Quite a lot.
Roberto Lovato and Gustavo Arellano have a candid conversation on the cultural history of psychedelics and their uncertain future.
Sarah Shun-lien Bynum’s Likes captures the nuances of an 11-year-old girl’s emotions when posting on social media.
Wednesday, January 26, at 12:30 p.m. Pacific time
Few people are as fascinated by Fresno as Danielle Bergstrom, and her enthusiasm for this Central Valley hub is infectious.
Forget your troubles, c’mon get happy with this special Alta Live.
Dr. Chris Lowe says the waters are much safer than Jaws would have you believe.