A passion for story may be the defining characteristic of the dozens of journalists, photographers, illustrators, novelists, and poets who help us create each issue of Alta Journal. And for many of them, the commitment to craft and compelling narrative extends beyond this publication to highly acclaimed books. We’ve compiled this guide to 83 recent titles by our contributors to honor their achievements, inspire your holiday gift giving, and remind ourselves of the wonder of reading well-told stories.
NONFICTION: BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR
BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR: HOW OCTAVIA E. BUTLER WROTE
ESSAYS: THE MEANING OF CHANGE DURING COVID
NONFICTION: FOOD AND COOKING
FOOD AND COOKING: FARM-TO-TABLE WISDOM
HISTORY: BATTLING SLAVERY IN CALIFORNIA
NATURE: SEEKING HOPE IN THE MOJAVE
SCIENCE: UNDERSTANDING OUR AFFINITY FOR WATER
NOVEL: CHINESE AMERICAN VOICES OF THE WEST
STORIES: DEATH AND THE FEMALE BODY
THRILLER: A BLACK PRIVATE EYE NAVIGATES 1969 L.A.
POETRY: THE NATURE OF INTIMACY
ART: PORTRAITS OF FEMALE GREATS
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