Sausalito Events

J.F. Foran - Angels on a Tombstone (Sausalito Store)

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 - 6:00pm

Devoted to free Ireland from British dominance, Jeremiah Knox joined the Fenian Brotherhood in the late 1880s committed to remove the British by military insurrection. Realizing the limits of armed rebellion, he enrolled at Edinburgh University to study law in the belief that political persuasion coupled with military action would be the most effective course to remove the oppressors. During a summer break in his studies he planned an ambush of a British munitions train. Snitches in the Fenian Brotherhood revealed the plot to the British exposing Jeremiah and his fellow conspirators. The majority of the Fenian prisoners were sentenced to long jail terms. A first time offender, Jeremiah's sentence was immediate deportation, exiled to the United States where a family member had sponsored him. On arriving in Boston, Jeremiah learned that his family, opposed to his politics and in concert with the court in Dublin, had him dispatched to a stone quarry in Central Massachusetts. Alone and isolated in quiet region of the country, he was far away from his political connections in Ireland as well as from the Fenians active in cities along the East Coast. There, sentenced to back-breaking labor cutting stones for graveyards, he knew he must find a new platform in life to replace his career in law.

Angels on a Tombstone is a sweeping novel from J.F. Foran that traces one man's life from exile to the search for meaning and involvement in the New World. It tracks his evolution from stoic acceptance of his condition to a life full of opportunity, love and, inevitably, loss.

J.F. Foran has worked internationally as a management consultant for over thirty years. His consulting covered corporate strategy for multinational organizations and public policy for federal and state governments. He was a founder of Strategic Decisions Group and has served on the boards of several public and private companies. He has also served on the board of directors for Save the Children, the Belvedere-Tiburon Library and the Decision Education Foundation. He is a Guest Lecturer at Stanford University’s Department of Management Science and Engineering. He was also a weapons systems analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Navy. He received his undergraduate degree from Middlebury College and his master’s degree from the Wharton School. He currently lives in Tiburon, California with his wife Karen.


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ISBN: 9781642147797
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Published: Page Publishing, Inc. - May 22nd, 2018

Devoted to free Ireland from British dominance, Jeremiah Knox joined the Fenian Brotherhood in the late 1880s committed to remove the British by military insurrection. Realizing the limits of armed rebellion, he enrolled at Edinburgh University to study law in the belief that political persuasion coupled with military action would be the most effective course to remove the oppressors.

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Erin Byrne - LitWings Event Series (Sausalito)

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 6:30pm

Hosted by writer Erin Byrne, LitWings brings together international writers, photographers, and filmmakers.  Presenters include National Geographic photographers and filmmakers, New York Times bestselling authors, and Emmy award winning filmmakers sharing work that highlights many places around the world.  The event is held three times annually at Book Passage, Sausalito, and every spring at La Caféothèque in Paris.

September Featured Speakers: Frances Stroh, Tania Romanov Amochaev, and Hervé Cohen!


Frances Stroh is the award-winning author of Beer Money: A Memoir of Privilege and Loss (HarperCollins). Her work is published in The Common, Literary Hub, and the Detroit Metro Times, among other publications. She is a member of the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto and the curator of the Stranger Than Fiction reading series.

Tania Romanov Amochaev is the author of Mother Tongue: A Saga of Three Generations of Balkan Women. A prize winning writer and photographer, many of her stories are featured in "The Best Travel Writing" series. Tania has climbed Mount Whitney, Mount Kenya, and Mount Tamalpais; circumnavigated Annapurna; and trekked through Bhutan, Kashmir and Slovenia.

Hervé Cohen is a French American award-winning documentary filmmaker and cinematographer. His work has taken him around the world from the Casamance, Senegal to the countryside of Sichuan, China and has been aired on tv networks and featured at various prestigious festivals. His project, Life Underground, invites visitors on an interactive journey through the subways of the world and into the personal stories of their passengers.

Erin Byrne, host. Award-winning author of Wings: Gifts of Art, Life, and Travel in France, editor of Vignettes & Postcards from Morocco and Vignettes & Postcards from Paris, and writer of The Storykeeper film, Erin is Travel Writing and Photography Curator of The Creative Process Exhibition, launched at the Sorbonne, that travels to the world's leading universities.  She teaches writing on Deep Travel trips.


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ISBN: 9780062393166
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Published: Harper Perennial - May 30th, 2017

In the tradition of Rich Cohen’s Sweet and Low and Sean Wilsey’s Oh the Glory of it All, a memoir of a city, an industry, and a dynasty in decline, and the story of a young artist’s struggle to find her way out of the ruins.

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ISBN: 9781609521271
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Published: Travelers' Tales Guides - March 1st, 2018


Mother Tongue is an exploration of lives lived in the chaos of a part of the world known as the Balkans. It follows the lives of three generations of women―Katarina, Zora, and Tania―over the last 100 years. It follows countries that dissolved, formed, and reformed.

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ISBN: 9781609521134
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Published: Travelers' Tales Guides - March 29th, 2016

France is steeped in refined traditions, with its rich history, exquisite art, robust culture, and varied cuisine. Writer Erin Byrne was changed by traveling around this country with the ghosts of artists and historical figures who shared with her their guides to living.

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By Erin Byrne (Editor)
ISBN: 9781944387068
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Published: Reputation Books - August 9th, 2016

Vignettes & Postcards From Morocco is an anthology of writings edited by Erin Byrne (Wings). From Fez to Marrakech, Casablanca to Tangier, The Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, writers Suzanna Clarke (A House in Fez), Phil Cousineau, Paul Bowles, Michael Chabon and others seek the ancient and celebrate the exotic in Morocco. Sketches by Anna Elkins.

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By Byrne Erin (Editor), Pook Anna (Editor)
ISBN: 9780985267209
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Published: Reputation Books - August 9th, 2016

Vignettes & Postcards From Paris is a new edition of the award-winning anthology of writings from Shakespeare and Company Bookstore edited by Erin Byrne and Anna Pook, which includes new stories and poems by Marcia DeSanctis (100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go), Billy Collins, Don George, Georgia Hesse, the top-hatted SpokenWord poets of Paris and others.

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Jeanne McCulloch - All Happy Families (Sausalito Store)

Monday, September 24, 2018 - 6:00pm

The Glass Castle meets The Nest in this stunning debut, an intimate family memoir that gracefully brings us behind the dappled beachfront vista of privilege, to reveal the inner lives of two wonderfully colorful, unforgettable families.

On a mid-August weekend, two families assemble for a wedding at a rambling family mansion on the beach in East Hampton, in the last days of the area’s quietly refined country splendor, before traffic jams and high-end boutiques morphed the peaceful enclave into the "Hamptons." The weather is perfect, the tent is in place on the lawn.

But as the festivities are readied, the father of the bride, and "pater familias" of the beachfront manse, suffers a massive stroke from alcohol withdrawal, and lies in a coma in the hospital in the next town. So begins Jeanne McCulloch’s vivid memoir of her wedding weekend in 1983 and its after effects on her family, and the family of the groom. In a society defined by appearance and protocol, the wedding goes on at the insistence of McCulloch’s theatrical mother. Instead of a planned honeymoon, wedding presents are stashed in the attic, arrangements are made for a funeral, and a team of lawyers arrive armed with papers for McCulloch and her siblings to sign.

As McCulloch reveals, the repercussions from that weekend will ripple throughout her own family, and that of her in-law’s lives as they grapple with questions of loyalty, tradition, marital honor, hope, and loss. Five years later, her own brief marriage ended, she returns to East Hampton with her mother to divide the wedding presents that were never opened.

Impressionistic and lyrical, at turns both witty and poignant, All Happy Families is McCulloch’s clear-eyed account of her struggle to hear her own voice amid the noise of social mores and family dysfunction, in a world where all that glitters on the surface is not gold, and each unhappy family is ultimately unhappy in its own unique way.


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ISBN: 9780062234759
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Published: Harper Wave - August 14th, 2018

The Glass Castle meets The Nest in this stunning debut, an intimate family memoir that gracefully brings us behind the dappled beachfront vista of privilege, to reveal the inner lives of two wonderfully colorful, unforgettable families.

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Mary Jo McConahay - The Tango War (Sausalito Store)

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 6:00pm

In Conversation with Peter Robinson

The Tango War by Mary Jo McConahay fills an important gap in WWII history. Beginning in the thirties, both sides were well aware of the need to control not just the hearts and minds but also the resources of Latin America. The fight was often dirty: residents were captured to exchange for U.S. prisoners of war and rival spy networks shadowed each other across the continent. At all times it was a Tango War, in which each side closely shadowed the other's steps.

Though the Allies triumphed, at the war's inception it looked like the Axis would win. A flow of raw materials in the Southern Hemisphere, at a high cost in lives, was key to ensuring Allied victory, as were military bases supporting the North African campaign, the Battle of the Atlantic and the invasion of Sicily, and fending off attacks on the Panama Canal. Allies secured loyalty through espionage and diplomacy--including help from Hollywood and Mickey Mouse--while Jews and innocents among ethnic groups -- Japanese, Germans -- paid an unconscionable price. Mexican pilots flew in the Philippines and twenty-five thousand Brazilians breached the Gothic Line in Italy. The Tango War also describes the machinations behind the greatest mass flight of criminals of the century, fascists with blood on their hands who escaped to the Americas.

A true, shocking account that reads like a thriller, The Tango War shows in a new way how WWII was truly a global war.

Born in Chicago, Mary Jo McConahay is an award-winning reporter who covered the wars in Central America and economics in the Middle East. She has traveled in seventy countries and has been fascinated by the history of World War II since childhood, when she listened to the stories of her father, a veteran U.S. Navy officer. A graduate of the University of California in Berkeley, she covers Latin America as an independent journalist. Her previous books include Maya Road and Ricochet. She lives in San Francisco.


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ISBN: 9781250091239
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Published: St. Martin's Press - September 18th, 2018

One of WW2 Reads "Top 20 Must-Read WWII Books of 2018" • A Christian Science Monitor Best Book of September

"A long-overdue history...a fascinating read." —Jon Lee Anderson, Staff Writer, The New Yorker, author Che Guevara

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Suzanne Bohan - Twenty Years of Life (Sausalito Store)

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - 6:00pm

In Twenty Years of Life, Suzanne Bohan exposes the disturbing flip side of the American dream: your health is largely determined by your zip code. The strain of living in a poor neighborhood, with sub-par schools, lack of parks, fear of violence, few to no healthy food options, and the stress of unpaid bills is literally taking years off people’s lives. The difference in life expectancy between wealthy and distressed neighborhoods can be as much as twenty years.

Bohan chronicles a bold experiment to challenge this inequity. The California Endowment, one of the nation’s largest health foundations, is upending the old-school, top-down charity model and investing $1 billion over ten years to help distressed communities advocate for their own interests. This new approach to community change draws on the latent political power of residents and is driving reform both locally and in the state’s legislative chambers. If it can work in fourteen of California’s most challenging and diverse communities, it has the potential to work anywhere in the country.

Bohan introduces us to former street shooters with official government jobs; kids who convinced their city council members to build skate parks; students and parents who demanded fairer school discipline policies to keep kids in the classroom; urban farmers who pushed for permits to produce and sell their food; and a Native American tribe that revived its traditional forest management practices. Told with compassion and insight, their stories will fundamentally change how we think about the root causes of disease and the prospects for healing.

Suzanne Bohan spent twelve years as a reporter for the Bay Area New Group, which includes the San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, and Oakland Tribune. She won a prestigious White House Correspondents’ Association award in 2010 for her reporting on health disparities. Bohan is co-author of 50 Simple Ways to Live a Longer Life: Everyday Techniques From the Forefront of Science.


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ISBN: 9781610918015
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Published: Island Press - April 19th, 2018

In Twenty Years of Life, Suzanne Bohan exposes the disturbing flip side of the American dream: your health is largely determined by your zip code. The strain of living in a poor neighborhood, with sub-par schools, lack of parks, fear of violence, few to no healthy food options, and the stress of unpaid bills is literally taking years off people’s lives.

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Neely Mack - Project You (Sausalito Store)

Thursday, October 4, 2018 - 6:00pm

In Project You, women's health advocate and former college athlete Neely Mack takes us from the plains of the Australian Bush to the halls of the world's most innovative research centers in her quest for the secrets of true health and longevity. Not another book about the latest fad diet or juice cleanse, Project You lays out a straightforward and easy-to-follow path to living a clean and disease-free life, by engaging the 3 pillars of health -- gut health, mindfulness and movement. You will be amazed what you learn (and what you need to quickly unlearn) as you take this insightful and very healing ride!

In Project You, you will discover:

  • The amazing connection between gut health and physical & mental well-being. Who would guess that some of the mainstay foods in the American diet-- milk, bread, eggs-- could be wreaking havoc on your GI tract and leading to inflammation and disease?
  • Powerful new superfoods from the Australian bush that are being studied for their cancer-fighting and Alzheimer s-prevention properties.
  • Delicious superfood smoothie and soup recipes that will boost your energy and immunity, and keep your blood sugar levels at bay.
  • The science behind glowing hair and skin through the daily intake of green superfoods.
  • The secrets to inner peace and emotional balance, and meditation practices to help you get there.
  • Exercise regimes of top athletes that will keep you physically and mentally fit, not drained and depleted.

Neely Mack is a fashion designer, entrepreneur and women's health advocate. A former competitive athlete, Neely began a lifelong search for true health and wellness after suffering debilitating health problems in college, where she played Division I tennis. She has spent the past 20 years of her life traveling the world, researching the healing properties of superfoods that slow down the aging process and prevent disease, and studying supercentenarian cultures where people live to ages well beyond 100 years.


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Sarah Bamford Seidelmann - The Book of Beasties (Sausalito Store)

Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 1:00pm

“From an ancient perspective, everything—including all natural things, like rocks, flowers, trees, insects, birds, and mammals—is alive and infused with conscious energy or spirit,” writes Sarah Seidelmann. If you’re one of the many people looking to reconnect with the creativity, wisdom, and vital energy of the natural world, here is a fantastic guide for tapping into the power of animal totems, or “beasties.”
The Book of Beasties invites you to explore why certain animals show up in your life—and what teachings they may be trying to share. Packed with information, illustrations, and traditional and modern insights into the unique qualities of different beasties, The Book of Beasties teaches you about:

  • Guest Beasties: how certain beasties enter your life to give you messages or assistance you need just when you need them
  • Core Beasties: meet the guiding beasties who are your lifelong companions, friends, and helpers
  • Beastie Relationships: tips and techniques for deepening your relationship with beasties and becoming more receptive to their support
  • Beasties A–Z: an expansive compendium of individual beasties and their unique qualities—including bats, wolves, elephants, salmon . . . even unicorns and dragons!

Sarah Bamford Seidelmann was a physician living a nature-starved, hectic lifestyle until a walrus entered her life and changed everything. She has trained at the Martha Beck Institute and Michael Harner’s Foundation for Shamanic Studies, and is author of Swimming with Elephants (Conari Press, 2017). She lives in northern Minnesota.


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ISBN: 9781683640493
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Published: Sounds True - July 1st, 2018

Beastie bee-stee]: The overarching spirit of any species of insect, reptile, bird, mammal, or mythical creature that exists or has ever existed; also known as an animal totem or spirit animal.

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Sydney Campos - The Empath Experience (Sausalito Store)

Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 4:00pm

Learn to lead an empowered life with this supportive and positive guide for those who are discovering their empath abilities and looking for information to help in understanding their gift, as well as how to embrace it and thrive in everyday life.

Maybe you find that being in a public place is totally overwhelming. Maybe you’ve noticed that your friends, loved ones, and even acquaintances tend to unload all of their problems on you, looking for advice on what to do. And maybe you can pick up on a person’s energy so closely you begin to feel their emotions. All of this indicates that you might be an empath—someone who has the ability to feel the emotions and energy of other people. Being a highly sensitive person may seem like a burden at times, but doesn’t have to be. Being an empath is a gift that you can use to your advantage.

In The Empath Experience, you’ll find detailed information on what it means to be an empath and the different ways this gift can influence your life in positive ways. In addition, you’ll find supportive advice from a fellow empath on how to embrace the positive aspects of this special talent, get in touch with and understand your emotions, and tips and techniques to help you feel your best—even when someone else may be feeling their worst.

Sydney Campos is a transformational coach, intuitive advisor, and speaker. Sydney specializes in activating visionary leaders to live in alignment with their soul purpose while embodying next-level power, pleasure, and prosperity. Through all her endeavors, Sydney is fiercely committed to awakening consciousness across the planet and creating new paradigms of well-being and interconnectedness. In addition to being a seasoned business strategist and certified holistic health coach, Sydney is also a 200-hour registered yoga and meditation teacher, reiki energy healer, and certified akashic records practitioner. Sydney shares her multifaceted teachings through writing, her Visionary Souls Podcast, teaching, international retreats, and 1:1 mentoring. An avid adventurer, Sydney is likely to be found in Bali, Venice Beach, San Francisco, New York, or anywhere in Mediterranean Europe. Sydney has been featured in Forbes, MindBodyGreen, and New York magazine.

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ISBN: 9781507207161
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Published: Adams Media - May 1st, 2018

Learn to lead an empowered life with this supportive and positive guide for those who are discovering their empath abilities and looking for information to help in understanding their gift, as well as how to embrace it and thrive in everyday life.

Maybe you find that being in a public place is totally overwhelming.

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Dr. M. Laura Nasi - Cancer as a Wake-Up Call (Sausalito Store)

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 6:00pm

In Cancer as a Wake-Up Call, Dr. M. Laura Nasi presents a new way of looking at how we view and treat cancer. With current advances in medicine, we’re learning more about the ways different aspects of our lives and health impact and interact with one another—why does one long-term smoker get diagnosed with stage-4 lung cancer while another remains cancer-free? Why does someone exposed to a known carcinogen get sick while someone else is apparently immune? What seemingly unrelated factors end up playing key roles in disease etiology, progression, and prognosis?
In this well-researched, inspiring, easy-to-read guide, Dr. Nasi offers an integrative, whole-person approach to cancer, a systemic disease manifesting a global condition locally. Conventional medicine focuses on attacking malignant cells. Integrative medicine encourages chemo and radiation when necessary, while also focusing on a patient’s internal balance to make it more difficult for the cancer to advance. Nasi draws on the latest research on the PNIE (psycho-neuro-immuno-endocrine) network to help our systems recognize, repair, and/or eliminate the cancer cells, focusing on nutrition, stress-management, exercise, adequate sleep, healthy relationships, and other body/mind/spirit modalities. Dr. Nasi encourages patients to become empowered agents of their own care.

María Laura Nasi is an integrative oncologist in private practice in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She specialized in Internal Medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia and in Clinical Oncology at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, was Clinical Research Coordinator for the International Breast Cancer Study Group in Bern, and Research Director for a Swiss pharmaceutical company. She specialized in Mind Body Medicine at the Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Harvard University and in psycho-socio-spiritual interventions for cancer patients at the Simonton Cancer Center in southern California. She was founder and president of the Association of Integrative Oncology in Argentina, and co-creator and member of Fundaleu's Integrative Medicine program and the FertilMente program for couples with fertility problems. She teaches psycho-endo-neuro-immunology at the Catholic University of Argentina, the University of Belgrano, and the Catholic University Montevideo, Uruguay, is a member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and served as Scientific Advisor of the Columbia Foundation of Consciousness and Energy. Her vision is of a medicine in which the person is seen as a multidimensional being, investigating life and death, science and spirit, and living mindfully.


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By M. Laura Nasi, Lissa Rankin (Foreword by)
ISBN: 9781623172961
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Published: North Atlantic Books - October 2nd, 2018

An oncologist’s integrative path to treating and living better with or beyond cancer

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Peter Phillips & Mickey Huff - Giants / Censored 2019 (Sausalito Store)

Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 6:00pm

Who holds the purse strings to the majority of the world's wealth? There is a new global elite at the controls of our economic future, and here former Project Censored director and media monitoring sociologist Peter Phillips unveils for the general reader just who these players are. The book includes such power players as Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Jamie Dimon, and Warren Buffett.

As the number of men with as much wealth as half the world fell from sixty-two to just eight between January 2016 and January 2017, according to Oxfam International, fewer than 200 super-connected asset managers at only 17 asset management firms—each with well over a trillion dollars in assets under management—now represent the financial core of the world's transnational capitalist class. Members of the global power elite are the management—the facilitators—of world capitalism, the firewall protecting the capital investment, growth, and debt collection that keeps the status quo from changing. Each chapter in Giants identifies by name the members of this international club of multi-millionaires, their 17 global financial companies—and including NGOs such as the Group of Thirty and the Trilateral Commission—and their transnational military protectors, so the reader, for the first time anywhere, can identify who constitutes this network of influence, where the wealth is concentrated, how it suppresses social movements, and how it can be redistributed for maximum systemic change.

Peter Phillips has been a professor of political sociology at Sonoma State University since 1994, was the director of Project Censored from 1996 to 2010, and the president of Media Freedom Foundation from 2003 to 2017.  He has been editor or co-editor of fourteen editions of Censored, co-editor with Dennis Loo of Impeach the President: The Case Against Bush and Cheney (Seven Stories Press, 2006), and editor of two editions of Progressive Guide to Alternative Media and Activism (Seven Stories Press, 1999 and 2004). He was a co-host of the weekly Project Censored show on Pacifica Radio with Mickey Huff from 2010 to 2017, originating from KPFA in Berkeley and airing on forty stations nationwide. He teaches courses in Political Sociology, Sociology of Power, Sociology of Media, Sociology of Conspiracies, and Investigative Sociology. He was winner of the Firecracker Alternative Book Award for Best Political Book in 1997, the PEN Censorship Award in 2008, the Dallas Smythe Award from the Union for Democratic Communications in 2009, and the Pillar Human Rights Award from the National Association of Whistleblowers in 2014. He lives in a redwood forest near Bodega, California, with his wife, Mary Lia.


Haven’t heard the news? Neither did the rest of the world. That’s because these and countless other news items are suppressed or ignored by our nation’s “free press” every day. For the past forty-three years, Project Censored has been unearthing the buried stories that corporate media deem unfit to print—and debunking the “fake news” governments and corporations use to consolidate their power—to promote well-informed citizen action and critical media literacy.

Project Censored 2019 features:

  • “Vetting Free Speech” by Sally Gimson, Layli Foroudi, and Sean Gallagher
  • “#TimesUp: Breaking the Barriers of Sexual Harassment in Corporate Media for You and #MeToo” by Julie Frechette
  • “Data Activism through Community Mapping and Data Visualization” by Dorothy Kidd
  • “How Mainstream Media Evolved into Corporate Media” by Peter Phillips
  • “Campus–Newsroom Collaborations” by Patricia W. Elliott
  • “The Public and Its Problems” by Susan Maret

In a time of decline in the rule of law and democratic safeguards, Project Censored offers a constructive alternative to the “fake news” blues, holding the corporate media to account for its negative bias, propaganda for wealth and power, and outright censorship.

Mickey Huff is director of Project Censored and serves on the board of the Media Freedom Foundation. He is currently a professor of social science and history at Diablo Valley College in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he is co-chair of the history department. Huff is the co-host, with former Project Censored director Dr. Peter Phillips, of The Project Censored Show, a weekly syndicated public affairs program that originates from KPFA Pacifica Radio in Berkeley, California.


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ISBN: 9781609808716
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Published: Seven Stories Press - August 8th, 2018

A look at the top 300 most powerful players in world capitalism, who are at the controls of our economic future.

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By Mickey Huff (Editor), Andy Lee Roth (Editor), Abby Martin (Foreword by), Khalil Bendib (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9781609808693
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Published: Seven Stories Press - October 2nd, 2018

“For more thanforty years, Project Censored has been our watchdog on the establishment media, casting its eye on how the information that we receive––and don’t receive––shapes our democracy. We need it more than ever today!”
—Christopher Finan, Executive Director, National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC)

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