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  • David Cronenberg on why the new 'Fly' has been swatted

     
    The Fly, a reboot that David Cronenberg had been planning at Fox, is not moving forward...
  • Take Grisham out to the ballgame

     
    John Grisham's new novel "Calico Joe," coming in April, will be about baseball....
  • Dana Spiotta on living the creative life

     
    Dana Spiotta is interviewed by Carolyn Kellogg for the L.A. Times. Dana Spiotta is the author of "Stone Arabia."...
  • Reading L.A.: D.J. Waldie's spare, poetic 'Holy Land'

     
    Christopher Hawthorne's Reading L.A. series continues with D.J. Waldie's spare, poetic 'Holy Land'...
  • Carmageddon reading list: 19 books about the joys and terrors of transportation

     
    Carmaggedon: your 19-book reading list. Hope it's enough to keep you busy while stuck in traffic....
  • The Lannan Foundation's speakers, online

     
    Based in Santa Fe, N.M., the Lannan Foundation quietly provides generous grants to writers, visual artists, indigenous peoples and those working for greater cultural freedom. It hosts a reading series along those lines -- with a pretty stellar lineup --.....
  • Chinese writer Liu Xiaobo transferred to prison camp

     
    On Christmas Day last year, Chinese writer Liu Xiaobo was sentenced to 11 years in prison for his part in creating Charter 08, a document calling for greater freedoms and democratic reforms in China. On Tuesday, the international human rights......
  • Astral Weeks: An unexpected, and welcome, DeLillo discovery

    Astral Weeks: An unexpected, and welcome, DeLillo discovery
    In Don DeLillo's latest novel, the weirdly exciting "Point Omega," a character is "trying to read science fiction but nothing she'd read so far could begin to match ordinary life on this planet ... for sheer unimaginableness." With another writer, you...
  • Book Review: 'Otherwise Known as the Human Condition' by Geoff Dyer

    Book Review: 'Otherwise Known as the Human Condition' by Geoff Dyer
    Otherwise Known as the Human Condition Selected Essays and Reviews Geoff Dyer Graywolf: 422 pp., $18 paper "Almost as soon as I began writing for magazines and newspapers," Geoff Dyer tells us in the introduction to "Otherwise Known as the Human...
  • Dana Spiotta writes firmly in the moment

    Dana Spiotta writes firmly in the moment
    "Seventies Los Angeles is really not ever very far from my mind, for some weird reason," says author Dana Spiotta, a former Angeleno who now lives in upstate New York. "I just love '70s Los Angeles." The city plays a big part in her latest novel,...
  • Review: 'My American Unhappiness' by Dean Bakopoulos

    Review: 'My American Unhappiness' by Dean Bakopoulos
    My American Unhappiness A Novel Dean Bakopoulos Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 277 pp., $24 Whichever way you turn, beacons of American inauthenticity and political dysfunction are all around you, clamoring for your head space, your dollars, your...