At a panel Sunday for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, S.A. Cosby, Danielle Evans, Robert Jones Jr. and Nikky Finney discussed Black life across genres.
‘The Man Who Lived Underground,’ newly expanded from a story into a novel by the Library of America, may revise the seminal Black author’s reputation.
Several businesses in Southern California have published books about themselves to tap another revenue source after a disastrous year.
Susan Page’s ‘Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power’ unearths newsy nuggets and candid thoughts from the country’s most powerful woman.
Festival of Books / Book Prizes
41st annual Los Angeles Times Book Prizes ceremony
LA Times Today: 2021 Festival of Books author Don Lemon
LA Times Today: 2021 Festival of Books
Fiction: All You Need is Love
Kevin Kwan on writing during the pandemic and how he juggles so much work
Marlon James talks influences and mixing genres
Marilynne Robinson, Author of 'Jack,' in Conversation with Héctor Tobar
Memoirs of The Black Experience
Viet Thanh Nguyen talks ‘narrative scarcity’
“Chicken of the Sea” by Viet Thanh Nguyen and Ellison Nguyen A Reading and Conversation
Reading in the time of coronavirus
COVID-19 canceled in-person author readings. Now the world is reopening. We ask five L.A. poets for their takes on what lies ahead.
From Alabama to Wyoming, a writer traveled a divided nation by reading more than 60 books.
This final, fourth installment of the United We Read series delves into books from Oregon to Wyoming.
The nation’s overlapping crises have sparked the notion that audiences want to be uplifted, more than anything else. I disagree.
Bestselling novelist Lisa See brings’The Island of Sea Women’ to the L.A. Times Book Club
Jane and Raymond Wurwand commit $1 million in grants to support small businesses in Los Angeles County struggling to survive COVID-19.
2020 decimated our cultural and entertainment institutions. Artists have readjusted their ways of working. Many wonder if they can continue their craft even after the pandemic. Yet we’ve also seen resilience and creativity.
Across the city on Thanksgiving weekend, indie bookstores greeted lines of customers, kicking off a holiday season of high promise and existential concern.
Karla Cornejo Villavicencio talks about her eye-opening book “The Undocumented Americans” and what it taught her about herself. She’ll join the LAT Book Club on Dec. 15.
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