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COMING FOR WINTER ISSUE Jan. 30 : The T.C. Boyle Interview, hanging out in North Beach with Louis B. Jones, Tom Barbash short stories, Robert Frost Princeton lectures recounted by Tiburon man, sneak preview of Treasure Island 1939 novel by Christie Nelson, Lit agent and SF Writers Conference co-founder Michael Larsen's tips for writers, audiobook reviews, short fiction and much more

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MillValleyLit Webzine - Fall 2013

Love Affair with San Francisco Issue

Fall Issue 2013 October-January

The Mill Valley Literary Review is a quarterly digital magazine providing encouragement, wit and resources for Marin and San Francisco Bay's literary renaissance.

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PETER COYOTE'S San Francisco Daze: THE INTERVIEW

“The stories unravel like tender after-dinner tales in prose that captures the rasp and tickle of Coyote's corduroy voice. In the end, Sleeping Where I Fall reveals a man as complex and unpredictable as the totem animal from which he takes his name. --L.A. Smith

 

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Special San Francisco Issue: - the scoop on the exciting Literary Scene

The ultimate list- San Francisco books you must read!

Answers by Quintessential SF street charmer Peter Coyote,

SF books, stories and poems including Season of the Witch.

Sea Shepard's Captain Paul Watson yarn about actor\author\wanderer Sterling Hayden.

Interview with "The Most Interesting Man in Marin (that you never heard of)" - John DeLorean's right hand man.

Tingling tales by Patricia L. Morin and more

 

MILL VALLEY - Home to The Mill Valley Film Festival, Mt. Tam, Muir Woods, redwood trees, Dipsea foot Race, waterfalls, an entire hilly neighborhood with streets named after POETS, rock stars, artists, and WRITERS, WRITERS, WRITERS

The Mill Valley writing community is pedigreed with notables such as Jack Kerouac, Louis B. Jones, Gary Snyder, Joyce Maynard (J.D. Salinger's companion), Jane Hirschfield, Maxine Chernoff, Cyra McFadden, Peter Coyote, Gerald Nicosia, Jack Finney (Body Snatchers), Don Carpenter, Gina Berriault, Martin Cruz Smith, poet Yoko Ono, John Lennon, Tupac Shakur and other lyricists.

Authors who call(ed)Marin County home include Amy Tan, Anne Lamott, Isabel Allende, T.C. Boyle, Jack London, Kerouac's daughter Jan (also a writer), Ram Dass, Stirling Silliphant, Shel Silverstein, Sterling Hayden, Susan Trott, Catherine Coulter, Leonard Gardner, Van Morrison (aural poet), Philip K. Dick, Barnaby Conrad, Joe Eszterhas, Richard Brautigan. New inductees to our list: Ambrose Bierce, Poet Aram Saroyan (son of William Saroyan), Dave Eggers, Allen Drury. A rare student of Robert Frost's Dartmouth College lectures lives in Tiburon.

The connections: Ernest Hemingway's son -Jack, and grand-daughters Mariel and Margaux lived in Mill Valley's Boyle Park area home* in the 60s. John Steinbeck's connection: Ed Ricketts - marine biologist\writer\muse\character - subject of "The Log from the Sea of Cortez" -Rickett's son lives quietly in Mill Valley. Senior Ricketts was also an inspiration to Joseph Campbell.

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MillValleyLit in the press:

1. Marin Magazine June issue: "Local Literature" at top of page 30. Marin Magazine is available by subscription, on select newsstands, and a snazzy digital version at: http://digital.marinmagazine.com/marinmagazine/june_2013#pg1

2. Marin Independent Journal coverage from Paul Liberatore: http://www.marinij.com/millvalley/ci_22195673/millvalleylit-com-marins-first-literary-e-zine?IADID=Search-www.marinij.com-www.marinij.com

3. Mill Valley Herald's front page interview: http://www.marinscope.com/mill_valley_herald/news/article_3329e140-8c20-11e2-91d0-001a4bcf887a.html

"MillValleyLit Publisher\Author John Macon King and "Dreaming Mill Valley" author Christie Nelson appeared at Mill Valley Outdoor Art Club's Literary Latte September 19th before a group of forty guests.

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