Everything news is old again in the Sonoma media scene, which is to say, I’m again writing for the Sonoma Index-Tribune. My new column began today in the 130-year-old institution after a bit of hoopla on the front cover (courtesy of editor David Bolling) featuring friend and colleague James Marshall Berry and myself as the paper’s latest additions. It was quite a warm welcome — ditto the reception from Sonoma, which summarily deluged my inbox with kind words (I’ll archive the new column here tomorrow). Moreover, at present writing, Berry and I are the “most popular” story on the IT’s website, somehow besting “Grape Prices Up, but Tonnage Down.” I’m not sure what this portends, but I can’t help thinking it’s a good thing.
By Daedalus Howell
Daedalus Howell is the author, most recently, of the novel "Quantum Deadline" and the writer-director of the recently released feature film "Pill Head." He is the editor of The North Bay Bohemian and The Pacific Sun.View all of Daedalus Howell's posts.