Captivating Stories from a Renegade Reporter

Former Los Angeles Times staff writer David Haldane loves telling stories. His first book, Berkeley Days: The Uncensored Memoirs of an Underground Journalist published in 2003, detailed his spiritual quest - profiling pagans, gurus, magicians, witches and other New Age characters - in pursuit of a personal peace.

Explore the Human Condition Through His Tales

Haldane's work has appeared in both print and online worldwide. Some of it was anthologized in Chicken Soup for the Single's Soul (Health Communications 1999) and Cultural Tapestry: Readings for a Pluralistic Society (Harper Collins, 1992). In addition, you can read his articlers and essays in many newspapers and magazines including:

  • Live in the Phillipines
  • Salon
  • Los Angeles Business Journal
  • Los Angeles Times Magazine
  • LA Free Press
  • Orange Coast Magazine
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    The Exciting Extension of His Memoir

    David Haldane's new award-winning memoir, Nazis & Nudists, expands on his search for understanding and spiritual tranquility in the larger context of a life well spent. Described as On the Road for baby boomer's, the highly praised book is now available in paperback, audio and digital formats at Black Rose Writing, on Amazon and on Barnes & Noble.