Award-winning screenwriter, playwright, and novelist Erik Tarloff is the author of the national best-seller Face-Time
, and The Man Who Wrote the Book
, named one of the memorable books of the year by The New York Times
. He has contributed reviews and articles to Earth
, The New York Times
, The Washington Post
, The San Francisco Chronicle Book Review
, Working Woman
, Washingtonian Magazine
, San Francisco Magazine
, The American Prospect
, and The Financial Times.
He is currently a blogger at Atlantic Online.
His most recent novel is All Our Yesterdays.
“All Our Yesterdays
is smart, funny, and poignant — a warm-hearted and simultaneously chilling reminder of where we’ve been and where we’ve got to. A wonderful read.”
— Robert Reich, Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the UC Berkeley and former Secretary of Labor.
“Occasionally an all-cylinders novel comes along and All Our Yesterdays is definitely such a creation. It touches and then goes slowly deeper and deeper into the special time and place called Berkeley. It really is the novel with everything—for everybody who loves a good read, accomplished writing and insight into what matters.”
—Jim Lehrer, Executive Editor, PBS NewsHour