Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day

In this accounting of Altamont's history, Denise...


How Can I Help by Ram Dass and Paul Gorman

In this practical helper's companion, the authors provide support and inspiration for us as members of the helping professions, as volunteers, as community activists, or simply as friends and family trying to meet each other's needs.


Subversives by Seth Rosenfeld

Subversives traces the FBI's secret involvement with three iconic figures at Berkeley during the 1960s: the ambitious neophyte politician Ronald Reagan, the fierce but fragile radical Mario Savio, and the liberal university president Clark Kerr. Through these converging narratives, the award-winning investigative reporter Seth Rosenfeld tells a dramatic and disturbing story of FBI surveillance, illegal break-ins, infiltration, planted news stories, poison-pen letters, and secret detention lists.


Season of the Witch by David Talbot

Salon founder David Talbot chronicles the cultural history of San Francisco from the late 1960s to the early 1980s when figures such as Harvey Milk, Janis Joplin, Jim Jones, and Bill Walsh helped make the backwater city a thriving metropolis. Denise adds...


On the Bus by Ken Babbs and Paul Perry

The setting is the 1960s with the Psychedelic Revolution as the backdrop. Twenty youths crossed America in a psychedelically painted school bus for an entire month. This legendary trip's 25th anniversary is a rare document of a nation in transition. Denise...


Wavy Gravy Movie: Saint Misbehavin'

THE WAVY GRAVY MOVIE: SAINT MISBEHAVIN’ takes us on an unforgettable trip through the amazing life and times of poet, clown, activist and FUNdraiser Wavy Gravy.


Rain Man's Third Cure by Peter Coyote

Peter Coyote's spiritual biography is the tale of a young man's journey that leads him from the privileged halls of power to Greenwich Village jazz bars, to jail, to the White House—lessons from a man who literally held the power of life and death over others, to government service and international success on stage and screen.


Daughters of Aquarius: Women of the Sixties Counterculture by Gretchen Lemke-Santagelo

This is the first book to focus specifically on women of the counterculture. Drawn by the promise of spiritual and creative freedom, thousands of women from white middle-class homes rejected the suburban domesticity of their mothers to adopt lifestyles more like those of their great-grandmothers. They eagerly learned "new" skills, from composting to quilting, as they took up the decade's quest for self-realization. 


Native Funk and Flash: An Emerging Folk Art

This delightful 1974 classic is replete with new images, updates on favorite artists, and a thoughtful afterword by the author that reflects on what was at the heart of the '60s counterculture.


Women Into Space: Jerrie Cobb Story


Island School: The Voyage by Jan Tenbruggencate

Island School’s story has not been fully told until now. From its conception in the mid-70s, when it opened mid-year with just 12 students in an old plantation store, the school has grown to 38 acres and 420 students.