Schedule | Bay Area Book FestivalWhether you're new to the city or have been around since , these are the San Francisco books you can't miss. Stocked with breathtaking vistas, sultry fog, and a boom-and-bust history, it has always been a haven for the wayward souls, dreamers, artists, entrepreneurs, runaways, queers. Published in , this is a novel about McTeague, a dentist who runs a shop on Polk Street. A timeless trope for sure. A great page-turner studded with historic SF landmarks that mostly remain. Tales of the City is the first novel in a series that first ran in the San Francisco Chronicle.
2018: Round-up of “Best Books” lists (updated)
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Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction. She takes us inside the policy debates, and what it is like wh. The Milkweed National Chroincle Prize. The two dig into why kids and adults need diverse characters and how they fight against the bias and blindspots of the publishing world.
San Francisco Chronicle: Top 10 Books of 2018
Welcome to our schedule of literary conversations! Since some events fill up, we recommend Priority Tickets for your top choices. Book purchase and signing: Books will be available for purchase from our independent bookstore partners directly adjacent to each venue. Authors will sign books for you there immediately after their programs. What if. It could be. Where does seeking the truth slide into imagination?
Galatea Dunkel. Abraham Lincoln Institute Book Award. Laurence Strange. The American Empire Project. She takes us inside the policy debates, as a reporter asking difficult que.