erik-very_smallAward-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 PostThe San Francisco Chronicle Book Review, Working Woman, Washingtonian Magazine, San Francisco Magazine, Vogue, Salon, 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
“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