Cover Story -- Human and Drug Smuggling off the Southern Coast of California
For St. Patrick's Day: A History of the Potato
Profile of Glassblower Mayauel Ward
Citizens Olmsted (1.7MB)
The View From California
"A Tale of Two Istanbuls: From LAX to IST With Love" (8.6MB)
On Pointe (2.3MB)
South Bay Ballet's fresh take on a classical ballet
Paris to Palos Verdes ©2011 by Fabienne Marsh (1.8MB)
The true story of the author finding a home at the Getty in Manet's "Rue Mosnier with Flags."
Portuguese Bend Artist Colony (7.9MB)
Terranea Magazine with illustrations
"Natural Instincts: The Portuguese Bend Artist Colony"
Original text version
Single, White, Cave Man
Writer's Club, 2002
Jim Rosso was anticipating a lonely millennium...
So begins the story of Jim Rosso, a 38-year-old suburban divorcé, who finds himself alone, uncoupled and dating for the first time since college.
The Moralist of the Alphabet Streets
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1991
"a literary masterpiece" -Midwest Book Review
"In a warm, richly drawn coming-of-age story, a delightfully wry observant 18-year-old with a fondness for frankness and affection-tinged cynicism learns about love and mortality during one important summer." —Booklist, Editor's Choice
A feisty, red-haired, ruminating 18 year-old chronicles her life in remission from leukemia.
Simon & Schuster (Summit Books), 1988
Washington Square Press, 1989
"This book is pure magic. I loved reading every page of it. Long Distances is the debut of a superb new writer." — Pat Conroy
"compulsively readable...Kate and Michael assume the dimensions of real people, warm, confused and intelligent..." — Chicago Tribune
A poet and a New York television producer take a stab at transatlantic love in a novel written entirely in letters and postcards.
A Natural History of the Senses
Film treatment adapted from Diane Ackerman's book
"Seamus Heaney at Harvard"
Poetry Review; Mick Imlah, Editor.