What are they saying about "It Came from Berkeley" in the media?

It's all here, the good, bad and indifferent:

A guide to resources on Berkeley history in the
Berkeley Daily Planet!

A pleasant note by Anneli Rufus in the
East Bay Express.

A positive review by Steve Finacom in the
Berkeley Daily Planet.

Carol Ness of UC Berkeley's Berkeleyan magazine has some kind words about the book.

Carol's article was also picked up by
YubaNet.com, a lively online newsletter in beautiful
Nevada City.

Kristin Bender of the
Oakland Tribune writes about the book in a piece called “From the hot tub
to the atomic bomb … it came from Berkeley."

Ruby Elizabeth Lee finds the book impressive – but takes offense, in her "New book ... says
America should be more like us" in
The Daily Clog, the online edition of the venerable Daily
Californian.

The
San Francisco Chronicle's Justin Berton offers a challenge to Bill O'Reilly in his article
"Heard, not Herd."
What are they saying about "It Came from Berkeley" in the media and on
the Net?

It's all here, the good, bad and indifferent:

A guide to resources on Berkeley history in the
Berkeley Daily Planet!

A pleasant note by Anneli Rufus in the
East Bay Express.

A positive review by Steve Finacom in the
Berkeley Daily Planet.

Carol Ness of UC Berkeley's Berkeleyan magazine has some kind words about the book.

Carol's article was also picked up by
YubaNet.com, a lively online newsletter in beautiful Nevada
City.

Kristin Bender of the
Oakland Tribune writes about the book in a piece called “From the hot tub
to the atomic bomb … it came from Berkeley."

Ruby Elizabeth Lee finds the book impressive – but takes offense, in her "New book ... says
America should be more like us" in
The Daily Clog, the online edition of the venerable Daily
Californian.

The
San Francisco Chronicle's Justin Berton offers a challenge to Bill O'Reilly in his article
"Heard, not Herd."

Builders Booksource, a wonderful store, praises the book but calls the cover "silly looking!"

The
NewsBlaze, an online newspaper in the historic Sierra Foothills town of Folsom, focuses on
spanking in its take on the book.

El Cerrito Focus, an online journal dedicated to my hometown, profiles me and my new book in
this piece by Daniel McGlynn.

The
Nob Hill Gazette gazes down fondly on my book from its Olympian Heights!

Diablo Magazine has some fun by quizzing its readers about Berkeley and plugging my book at
the same time!


Paul Kilduff, author of the long-running column Kilduff File in the
East Bay Monthly, subjects me
to his withering gaze.

Dave discusses "It Came from Berkeley" on the nation's airwaves!

On November 26, 2008 I spoke for a half hour with Jim Engster, the host of the popular Jim
Ensgster show on WRKF, the NPR affiliate in historic Baton Rouge, Louisiana! Drag the ball to
the half way point to get to my segment. I am on for the show’s final half hour – right after Y.A.
Tittle!

On January 5, Denny Smithson, KPFA's longtime literary lion, talked about Berkeley with me on
his wonderfully relaxed program,
Cover to Cover.
Alice Waters, founder of Chez Panisse and an inventor of California
Cuisine, helped give Berkeley its reputation for socially conscious fine
living -- a tradition that dates back to the 19th century. Photo courtesy of
Chez Panise.
Anti Vietnam war protesters in the 1960s gave Berkeley
its reputation as a smash-the-state sort of place. But
Berkeley was always about much more than political
protest. Courtesy of the Oakland Museum.
An anti-war activist tries to block a troop train on its
way to the debarkation point in Oakland. Events like
this put Berkeley on the map as "The Peoples
Republic."