William Brewer discusses what music he writes and edits to, how he came to really know the Bay Area during the pandemic, and an awesome magazine stand idea in this new edition of 5 questions.
By Stan Cox “In Real Time” is a monthly series on our blog by Stan Cox, author of The Path to a Livable Future and The Green New Deal and Beyond. The climate-science community is urging the world’s governments to take dramatic, unprecedented action to prevent...
Exclusive interview with Gabriela Alemán, who is celebrating her new publication in English translation, Family Album, with City Lights!
A special excerpt from the City Lights LIVE virtual event with Daniel Levin Becker and Ian S. Port, discussing Levin Becker's new book published by City Lights, What's Good.
Carey Perloff is celebrating her new book about Pinter and Stoppard with Michael Chabon in our live series! Here she discusses other playwrights she loves as well as other authors that inspire her.
James Tracy, co-author of No Fascist USA! shares his list of quintessential labor studies books, updated for 2022.
Mosab Abu Toha, author of Things You May Find Hidden in My Ear (City Lights, 2022), discusses the influences of Gibran and Darwish, his inspiring bookstore idea, and much more in our 5 questions series.
Sarah Dryden-Peterson, author of Right Where We Belong (University of Harvard Press), discusses her excellent bookstore idea built around community and sharing ideas, as well as other great recommendations in this new edition fo 5 questions.
The first entry in our new blog series by The Path to a Livable Future author Stan Cox, providing the introduction and rationale for the series which follows the climate, voting rights, and justice movements as they work toward a livable path for all, no matter who wields the levers of power in Washington and our state capitals.
Alexander Monea offers an excellent book list of technology/media studies and what makes an academic special in our 5 Questions series. Monea joins us in our City Lights LIVE events series in April.