It was Great!
Local best-selling author
in conversation with
Grab your favorite beverage and snacks and join THD for a happy hour in a personal conversation between David Talbot, local well-known writer and historian, and Rose Aguilar, our own local journalist and radio broadcast host of Your Call on KALW.
Thursday, May 21st
5:30 p.m - 7:00 p.m.
In the comfort of your own home as this will be a virtual conversation.
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This is a free event to all, please share this invitation with your community.
Raffle: THD has purchased 5 signed copies of David’s newest book:
Between Heaven and Hell: The Story of My Stroke (purchased from and delivered by The Green Arcade)
All participants in this virtual event will be entered into the raffle to win a copy. The drawing will be held live at conclusion of this event.
David Talbot is a well-known San Francisco author, journalist and media entrepreneur. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Devil’s Chessboard and Brothers, as well as the national bestseller Season of the Witch. His most recent book, the memoir Between Heaven and Hell, was just published by Chronicle Books.
Before becoming a best-selling historian, Talbot founded Salon, the pioneering online magazine, which he oversaw for its first ten years. He has also worked as a senior editor at Mother Jones magazine and a features editor at the San Francisco Examiner when it was a Hearst publication. Talbot’s articles have appeared in The New Yorker, Time, Rolling Stone, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian and elsewhere and he has worked as a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Talbot lives in San Francisco with his wife, Camille Peri, who is writing a dual biography of novelist Robert Louis Stevenson and his wife Fanny for Viking-Penguin.
David and Camille’s son, Joe Talbot, is the director of The Last Black Man in San Francisco, the widely praised 2019 film which won Joe the Best Director Award at last year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Rose Aguilar has been the host of Your Call since 2006. She became a regular Friday media roundtable guest in 2001. In 2005, Rose took a six-month road trip through the so-called 'red states' to find out why people vote the way they do (or not) and what issues they care about. Red Highways: A Journey into the Heartland chronicles her experience.
Rose has written for Al Jazeera English, Truthout, The Nation, and AlterNet. She's currently working on a book about older women activists and a new radio show focusing on investigative journalism.
She is a member of the Native American Journalists Association and mentor-editor for The OpEd Project, an organization that works to increase the range of voices we hear in the media.
Before joining KALW, Rose published a newsletter about women's issues and was a reporter and weekend host for CNET Radio, where she covered technology's impact on society. In college, she ran the TV and radio news departments and DJ'd a heavy metal show.
Rose's interests include hiking, camping, vegan living, animal rights, live music, and spending as much time underwater as possible. She volunteers for Students Rising Above, an organization that supports first generation college bound high school students.