Alison Peters surrounds herself with books, green things, animals and love. A Berkeley grad currently cohabitating in Crockett, Northernmost outpost of the East Bay, her heart will always belong to Oakland. Livin’ the dream, Alison chats up amazing authors and writes about their books.
The Mindful Carnivore redirects the slow-food conversation into the woods
by Alison Peters | May 9, 2012
Dark and stormy nights expose family secrets in East Bay author Diana McRae's Deerhaven Pines.
by Alison Peters | Apr 18, 2012
Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones lets you make your own ice cream and eat it, too
by Alison Peters | Jun 27, 2012
Carlos Aldama's batá beat goes on to the next generation.
by Alison Peters | Jul 4, 2012
The author's new novel, Hold It 'Til It Hurts, is a dramatic exercise in nature versus nurture.
by Alison Peters | Sep 12, 2012
The CODEX International Book Fair comes to Richmond.
by Alison Peters | Feb 6, 2013
That, plus fending off foreclosure and recovering stolen art in Jill Koenigsdorf's Phoebe and the Ghost of Chagall.
by Alison Peters | Jan 16, 2013
Oakland author Nayomi Munaweera had a breakthrough year.
by Alison Peters | Jan 2, 2013
Rhys Bowen's holly jolly Christmas murder mystery.
by Alison Peters | Dec 5, 2012
He discusses his new book, The Blue Bottle Craft of Coffee, at Books Inc. in Berkeley.
by Alison Peters | Nov 28, 2012
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