Best Selling Mystery Begins on Issaquah Dock

Currently, the most famous resident of Issaquah Dock is a fictional character named Hannah Hall from the best-selling novel, The Last Thing He Told Me (Julia Roberts is slated to play Hannah in the mini-series, to air on AppleTV). Despite the book’s houseboat billing—floating homes feature in the cover art, and Sausalito...

Meet Local Authors Apr 27

Book Passage by the Bay  is celebrating Independent Bookstore Day on Saturday, April 27 with a meet-and-greet featuring local authors. From 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Sausalito waterfront bookstore will serve wine plus sweet and savory treats to toast local authors, including Jen Gennari and Frank Ostaseski from Issaquah Dock. Other participating...

Issaquah Dock History

Long-time Issaquah Dock resident and waterfront historian Annie Sutter has published a new book, “The History of Issaquah Dock.” In her introduction Annie says, “Issaquah Dock is just one of many little groupings of docks and piers and homes that make up today’s houseboat—or floating home—community at the north end...

Wilford Welch at Sausalito Book Passage

On January 31, the Sausalito Book Passage store will host a reading from In Our Hands – Handbook for Intergenerational Actions to Solve the Climate Crisis. The book, by longtime East Pier Resident Wilford Welch, offers an easy to understand primer on global warming and specific actions each of us can...

A Boatload of Books

Our floating lifestyle attracts creative people, from authors to artists. This is a list of publications by current and former residents as well as select books about our floating homes. Nonfiction A Little Piece of the Earth, Maria Finn. Grow your own food, starting small, with more than fifty self-contained, doable...

Anchor Out, a Love Story

Sausalito artist, retired clinical psychologist, and now author Barbara Sapienza has written a novel, Anchor Out. A book launch and reading will be held at Sausalito Book Passage by the Bay on April 22 at 4 p.m. Anchor Out, a novel When: 4 pm, April 22 Where: Sausalito Book Passage by...

The Early Days of Kappas and WPH

Long-time waterfront resident T.J. Nelsen has written a very personal memoir of Sausalito’s Gate 6 community: Houseboats, Drugs, Government and the 4th Estate. Nelsen discovered the Sausalito waterfront in the early ’60s, and soon moved to Don Arques’ property at Waldo Point, where he worked at various odd jobs. In 1969...