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Richard Diebenkorn: Still Lifes and Landscapes

Richard Diebenkorn: From The Model
Richard Diebenkorn: Abstractions on Paper

 

“Book Review: Richard Diebenkorn: Still Lifes and Landscapes,” Matthew Ballou, Neoteric Art. December 14, 2014.

“The Unknown Richard Diebenkorn,” David Ulin, Los Angeles Times. July 17, 2013

Jazz and Poetry: de Young Museum Event,” Evan Karp, San Francisco Chronicle. July 25, 2013

Unpublished Diebenkorn,” Liz Hager, The Venetian Red. July 2013

Gone West,” Gretchen Giles, North Bay Bohemian. July 3, 2013

An Awesome New Diebenkorn Book,” Matt Ballou, Eikonktizo. June 17, 2013

A Moment For Diebenkorn,” Jonah Raskin, Boom California. July 2013

‘Intimate Diebenkorn’: Never-shown works span decades,” Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle. November 6, 2013

Depth And Dignity: Chester Arnold takes an intimate look at Richard Diebenkorn,” Gretchen Giles, Sonoma Magazine. Fall 2013

 

Hollywood Digs: An Archaeology of Shadows  by Ken LaZebnik

“To Die And Live In Studio City,” Alex Harvey, Los Angeles Review of Books. August 2, 2014

“Screenwriting Isn’t Writing,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker. June 12, 2014

“Five Questions for…Ken LaZebnik,” Marielle Wakim, Los Angeles Magazine. April 22, 2014

“Meet Author, Playwright, and Screenwriter Ken LaZebnik,” Norm Goldman, Book Pleasures. March 6, 2014

“Book Review: Hollywood Digs: An Archaeology of Shadows by Ken LaZebnik,” Robby Cress, Dear Old Hollywood. March 27, 2014

“Hollywood Digs Shares Tidbits Behind The Scenes In The Valley,” Lisa Paredes, My Burbank. May 9, 2014

“Ken LaZebnik,” Dr. George Pollard, Grubstreet Online Magazine. 2014

 

A Raid on the Oyster Pirates by Jack London, Art by William T. Wiley

“Jack London Still Making News,” Dan Taylor, The Press Democrat. December 8, 2013

 

Poses: An Essay Drawn From The Model   by Genine Lentine

Poses,” by Jane Hirshfield, Good Reads. December 1, 2012

 

Occupy And Other Love Stories  by Daniel Coshnear, Art by Squeak Carnwath

Daniel Coshnear’s ‘Occupy’ Stories Are as Contemporary as the Latest Tweet,” Jonah Raskin, The Rag Blog. November 23, 2012

“Author For The Working Class,” Diane Peterson, The Press Democrat. November 8, 2012

Preoccupied,”  Jonah Raskin, North Bay Bohemian. December 19, 2012

Gogol in Guerneville,” Barbara Baer, The Redwood Coast Review. Spring 2013 [pg 9, pdf link]

 

 Kenneth Patchen: A Centennial Selection  Poems and Paintings by Kenneth Patchen

Kenneth Patchen: A Centennial Selection,” Larry Smith, New York Journal of Books.  November 2011

Kenneth Patchen Cenntenial: Poetry That Still Resonates,” James H. Miller, San Francisco Bay Guardian. December 12, 2011

 

 Civil War Stories by Ambrose Bierce, Art by Chester Arnold
The Best of the Devil’s Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce

Ambrose Bierce“, featuring Bart Schneider, Cathy Davidson, Felix Justice, ST Joshi, on Forum with Michael Krasny, KQED. November 29, 2011

Sonoma Writer Opens Small Publishing House,” Diane Peterson, The Press Democrat. March 22, 2012

“The Ambrose Bierce Boom,” Theophrastus, Bible Literature Translation. November 28, 2011

New Press Publishes Two Bierce Titles,” Don Swaim, The Ambrose Bierce Site, November 2011

Civil War Stories,” Stephen Davis, Civil War News. March 29, 2012

 

Kind words from our booksellers

“Kelly’s Cove Press was started by our old amigo, Bart Schneider, a couple of years ago. They’ve created a special niche for themselves, reprinting classics like Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War Stories and amplifying them with local artists (Civil War Stories, for example, featured paintings by Sonoma’s Chester Arnold)… Come in and check out our display of what one dedicated and innovative publisher can do when he puts his mind to it.”

Readers’ Books, Sonoma, California

“Kelly’s Cove has been putting out the most lovely run of books since publisher Bart Schneider got the itch to merge intriguing California writing and intriguing California art in beautifully crafted volumes… The books just feel good, as they arouse your curiosity and kindle the desire to crack them open and begin to absorb what they harbor between the covers. Then you find yourself lost in books that are deeper than you can really describe, that take their own time to go where they’re going, that are going somewhere you can’t be sure of but that make you sure you’re glad to be along for the journey. At the end, you’d have to read them again, go through them again, to know where you’ve been and where they’re taking you, what’s in them and what they’re made of, and even then you don’t know, but that makes you happy too.”

Bird & Beckett Books and Records, San Francisco, California