Announcing Steve Cohn's First Novel:

"The Blue Sky Rebellion"

A political thriller coming soon.


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Cuba Libre

Steve walking in the footsteps of Hemingway near his estate outside Havana.

Go to the Order Online page to order a copy of "Citizen Cohn"

Go to the Order Online page to order a copy of "Citizen Cohn"

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About Steve Cohn's First Book "Citizen Cohn"

Five Star Rated on Amazon

"I didn’t know Steve before reading this book, recommended to me by a friend. Steve writes with an energy and a novelist's eye for detail. He makes the reader feel part of the major political issues in California and Sacramento in the latter 1900s and early 2000s." Darya Elie, November 17, 2016

Facing surgery to remove a brain tumor in 2016, Steve Cohn wrote his first book, "Citizen Cohn: Memoir of Sacramento City Councilman Steve Cohn" to chronicle his life's story, from his Grandfather's daring escape from the Russian Army in Ukraine during World War I and Cohn's childhood growing up in mid-century Missouri, to his adult life in Northern California, where he raised a family and began his long career as an attorney for the nation's most progressive electric utility and a civic leader for "America's Most Livable City." Cohn was one of the longest serving City Council members in the history of Sacramento, dating back to the California Capital's founding during the Gold Rush in 1849. Cohn's memoir shines a light on how local politics was played, for better or worse, during some of the Capital's most controversial battles over the last 25 years, including the saga of the Sacramento Kings NBA Basketball team and the building of the new Downtown Arena.