Oakland- Steve Masover discusses and signs "Consequence"
DIESEL, A Bookstore in Oakland welcomes Steve Masover to the store for the publication party for his debut novel, Consequence, on Sunday, October 18th at 3:00pm.
San Francisco activist Christopher Kalman has little to show for years spent organizing non-violent marches, speak-outs, blockades, and shutdowns for social and environmental justice. When a shadowy eco-saboteur proposes an attack on genetically engineered agriculture, Christopher is ripe to be drawn into a more dangerous game. His certainty that humankind stands on the brink of ecological ruin drives Christopher to reckless acts and rash alliances, pitting grave personal risk against conscientious passion.
Steve Masover is an author, activist, and information technologist. His short fiction has appeared in Five Fingers Review and Christopher Street and his essay-length memoir piece is anthologized in Our Mothers' Spirits. Masover co-authored the screenplay of the anti-apartheid movement documentary Soweto to Berkeley. A native of Chicago, he and his family relocated to the Bay Area in 1970. Masover currently lives and works in Berkeley, California.
Copies of Consequence will be available for purchase at the event.