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Hi I'm L.A. Times Books editor Carolyn Kellogg with what's happening in books this week. THE BIG STORY When the groundbreaking novel "City... [Read More]
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Curiosity is Susan Orlean's superpower. Hundreds of L.A. firefighters fought the devastating fire at downtown Los Angeles' Central Library on April 29, 1986. Thousands of... [Read More]
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The books newsletter from the L.A. Times bringing you the best in this week's literary stories. [Read More]
Did you know that the largest library fire in America took place at L.A.'s Central Library in 1986? Susan Orlean investigates the still-mysterious case in... [Read More]
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The books newsletter from the L.A. Times for the week ending Sunday, Oct. 7. [Read More]
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The L.A. Times books newsletter, brought to you by Books editor Carolyn Kellogg. [Read More]
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Books editor Carolyn Kellogg with the L.A. Times books newsletter for the week ending Sept. 16. [Read More]
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This fall there are scads of literary events to feed your soul and bookshelf. Here are a few select picks. Sept. 20, 5 to 9... [Read More]
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Notable books coming in fall 2018. [Read More]
More than 800 authors, readers and other literary Angelenos have signed a petition sent to the board of directors of the Library Foundation, along with... [Read More]
The L.A. Times books newsletter for Sept. 8-9, 2018 features selections from our print and online pages. [Read More]
Departures at ALOUD, a premiere L.A. reading series; a creative writing professor resigns from UC Irvine after decades-old sexual improprieties come to light; plus new... [Read More]
The founder of Los Angeles' ALOUD reading series at its Central Library, Louise Steinman, departs after 25 years. Maureen Moore, her associate, is also gone. [Read More]
The books newsletter for the LA Times with stories on Hat & Beard press, horror writers Paul Tremblay and Ling Ma, poet Diane Suess and... [Read More]
About a week ago I was heading out of Alabama, hoping I'd get to Oxford Miss., before William Faulkner's house Rowan Oak closed for the... [Read More]
For someone who likes to kill people in her books, Megan Abbott is tremendously cheerful. Her conversation was peppered with laughter when I reached her... [Read More]
The books newsletter for Sunday Aug. 5. [Read More]
Hi, I'm books editor Carolyn Kellogg with our weekly newsletter. THE BIG STORY This week we've dedicated all of our print pages to... [Read More]
Anna March came to L.A. a spunky, unapologetic, feminist ready to raise hell. But in her past there were other cities, other names and a... [Read More]
Hi, I'm Carolyn Kellogg, books editor of the L.A. Times, with the news in books this week. THE BIG STORY Raymond Chandler's iconic... [Read More]
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