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Carolyn Kellogg

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Carolyn Kellogg is book editor of the Los Angeles Times. She is a recipient of the paper’s editorial award and she is a vice president of the board of the National Book Critics Circle. Kellogg has served as editor of LAist.com, web editor of Marketplace and has been widely published. She has an MFA in creative writing and a bachelor's degree from USC.

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  • France's top literary prize goes to Mathias Enard

    France's top literary prize goes to Mathias Enard

    Imagine if you told someone you were going to write an entire book -- 150,000 words -- that would be one single sentence. That's what Mathias Énard did in "Zone," which, despite its avant-garde form, has become the French novelist's best-known work. On Tuesday, Énard was awarded the Prix Goncourt,...

  • Pope Francis lands a book deal (Proof he has friends in high places?)

    Pope Francis lands a book deal (Proof he has friends in high places?)

    Some writers struggle for years to find a publisher. Not Pope Francis, whose book deal with the world's biggest publisher was announced Friday. It seems the man does have friends in high places. This will be Pope Francis' first book since he became pontiff in 2013. Titled "The Name of God Is Mercy:...

  • Indie icon Carrie Brownstein's new memoir is a mash note to her band Sleater-Kinney

    Indie icon Carrie Brownstein's new memoir is a mash note to her band Sleater-Kinney

    There's a clichéd arc to rock memoirs: the ambitious young man (almost always a man), the climb up the charts, the blinding success, the sex and drugs, then the crash and burn. Thankfully, that's absent from the new book "Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl" by Carrie Brownstein, guitarist and vocalist...

  • Jonathan Franzen tells Stephen Colbert a bedtime story

    Jonathan Franzen tells Stephen Colbert a bedtime story

    This week, Jonathan Franzen's latest book, "Purity," tops the Los Angeles Times bestseller list after seven weeks on the chart. Franzen is among America's most high-profile novelists, and he likely reached many new readers with an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." In a sketch...

  • 13 scary new books to make Halloween spookier

    13 scary new books to make Halloween spookier

    Want something spooky to read this Halloween? Never fear. For readers from tiny tots to serious scholars, we've collected 13 recent books that explore the creepy, the frightening, and the world of the dead. Here's our list: 1. "Perchance to Dream" by Charles Beaumont (Penguin Classics, $16 paper)....

  • Watch Lizzie Bennet slay the undead in the 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' trailer

    Watch Lizzie Bennet slay the undead in the 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' trailer

    In Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," the most important thing on Lizzie Bennet's mind was Mr. Darcy. But now, her reluctant crush on the most eligible bachelor of the English countryside is being blocked by one thing: a zombie horde. And you can watch the trailer. Published in 2009, "Pride and...

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