From the 60’s to the ‘9ers with David Harris

From the 60’s to the ‘9ers with David Harris   by J.Macon King David Harris, war activist, author, journalist, artist, died from lung cancer at his home in Mill Valley, […]

Jeb Harrison Paintings

“Nicasio Spring,” oil on board, 11” x 14”, $350 Jeb Harrison has been an editor, reviewer and contributor with MillValleyLit since the beginning. Between playing music with a group at […]

Demon Copperhead review

   Dickens in Appalachia Review by Jeb Harrison Barbara Kingsolver’s Pulitzer-winning novel, Demon Copperhead, can be a bit of a vexing read, at first. The author’s uncanny ability to inhabit […]

Kurt Vonnegut—Self-assessment

Kurt Vonnegut—Self-assessment Celebrated author grades his own works                     In his book Bagombo Snuff Box: Uncollected Short Fiction, Vonnegut listed eight […]

How to Sing the Blues

How to Sing the Blues If you are new to Blues music, or like it but never really understood the whys and wherefores, here are some very fundamental rules: 1. […]

Eric Dennison Nature Photography

  Eric Dennison has been posting his nature photography for the past year on Nextdoor Washoe Valley (south of Reno), attracting an appreciative following. Below is a sampling of his […]

Ukraine Poems

Just a few days ago we received three short, stunning poems from Vyacheslav Konoval, a poet living in Kyiv, the capitol of Ukraine. Slava, as he calls himself (his nickname […]

Rare snow on Mt. Tam

Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, CA, has only seen significant snow on its 2,579 feet a dozen or so times in the last 100 years, and Feb. 24th, 2023 was […]

Paris Beckons

Paris Beckons—Susanna Solomon launches her new short story collection It was a full house at Susanna Solomon’s launch at Book Passage in Marin County  Saturday, February 11 for her latest […]

Winter 2021-22 #21 issue

Perry King & Biscuit with “Frosta”, MT Rose, NV. Our Salon Interview plus poems: Poet Lisa Delan from Jeff Kaliss. “The Literary Agent Who Lived the Plot of My Novel”: […]

Alan Watts and Woodacre

Alan Watts and Woodacre a flash memoir by Christie Nelson I used to listen to Alan Watts broadcast for KPFA Berkeley when I lived in Woodacre. Whatever he said I […]

Poetry Review: Avotcja Jiltonilro

“I can reliably recommend her as one of the only poets who’ll have you wanting to dance…” With Every Step I Take 2 from Avotcja Jiltonilro Jeff Kaliss Poetry Review […]

Jack Kerouac Recuerdo

Jack Kerouac Recuerdo                                             by k.k.mills Jack Kerouac was born one […]

Mad Men Revisited

Mad Men Revisited by J.Macon King Imagine— The new 007 strides into M’s office. 007, as always, is tall, dark, handsome, impeccably dressed. Supremely confident, of course. M: Drink, 007? […]