Gary Kamiya

Before co-founding Salon.com, Gary Kamiya was at the San Francisco Examiner for five years, where he worked with David Talbot as senior editor at the paper's Sunday magazine, Image. He also served as the paper's book editor and critic at large, writing critical essays and reviews of books, movies, music, theater and art. Before that he helped found Frisko magazine, where he was senior writer. Kamiya's writing has appeared in the New York Times Book Review, ArtForum, and Sports Illustrated, among many other publications. He holds an M.A. from U.C. Berkeley, which awarded him its top undergraduate award in English literature, the Mark Schorer Citation, in 1983.

San Francisco still has a seedy heart Gary Kamiya
All hail Pottersville! Gary Kamiya
Obama's Iran charade Gary Kamiya
Obama's finest hour Gary Kamiya
Reboot the Romney-bot Gary Kamiya
Don't arm Syria's rebels Gary Kamiya
Security cameras on a pole in front of the giant portrait of former Chinese chairman Mao Zedong at Beijing's Tiananmen Square January 9, 2012.
Big Romney is watching you Gary Kamiya
Barack Obama
Young Obama on display Gary Kamiya
Obama's AIPAC trifecta Gary Kamiya
Hypnotized into an endless dirty war Gary Kamiya
He was our eyes Gary Kamiya
Rooting for your own kind Gary Kamiya
Jesus versus the GOP Gary Kamiya
Super Bowl Football
Super Bowl: A tale of two catches Gary Kamiya
Small blunders kill Super Bowl dreams Gary Kamiya