It’s another great week for LA fiction writers. You can have lunch with Amor Towles, see Colson Whitehead on the stage, and hit either of Marisa Silver’s readings (and big props to her for hitting both the east and west sides!). Continue Reading →
It’s a pretty kick-as week for fiction writers in Los Angeles. Skylight Books is killing it with four nights of fiction readings and Otis College is hosting the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Viet Thanh Nguyen.
Wednesday night is particularly exciting for me as one of my fellow alums of the USC masters in writing program will be reading from her debut novel, “A Wife of Noble Character.” I will definitely be getting there early to grab a seat up front. Read on for more information. Continue Reading →
It’s a big week for Ransom Riggs fans. Loop Day is on Saturday, and Vroman’s is making it a special affair… Continue Reading →
Hi folks. I got some great responses on my first #LitLifeLA post last week. It would seem I’m not the only one who would like to be more involved in the Literary scene here in Los Angeles.
Please feel free to send me suggestions of events to include. I am checking my regular sources (bookstores, libraries, etc.), but once I filter out all the kids’ books and nonfiction I’m not finding a ton.
Here’s what I have for this week. Continue Reading →
Welcome to the first ever #LitLifeLA Round Up. Every Monday, I’ll share a few of the week’s upcoming events celebrating literature in Los Angeles. I intend to focus on fiction and poetry, as those are the things I’m interested in, but if something off topic looks fabtastic, I’ll include it here. Continue Reading →