Fall 2019 Book Guide
With her second novel, Inland, Téa Obreht unravels the mythologies of the West.
In Your House Will Pay, Steph Cha reimagines Los Angeles’s racial heritage.
Kimi Eisele’s new novel, The Lightest Object in the Universe, finds connection amid an apocalypse. Here’s an excerpt.
In her fourth novel, Oakland writer Carolina De Robertis explores the liberation of women’s sexuality.
The poems in Father’s Day examine the complex ideas of parenthood, citizenship, and existence.
Art & Photos
The Family Acid: California bears witness to a long, strange trip.
Three new photo books look at the urban landscapes of the West—with mixed results.
Art and activism from California’s Native Americans and a celebration of the state’s iconic redwoods.
Celebrate a poetic change of season with essential works from Jim Harrison, Kim Shuck, and Forrest Gander.