Here’s our full coverage of the 2021 L.A. Times Festival of Books
The 26th Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas, running April 17-23, features authors, moderators and guests including Zooey Deschanel, James Patterson, Chang-Rae Lee, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Brandi Carlile and Meena Harris.
Here’s our full coverage of the virtual festival and how to participate.
During a panel at the L.A. Times Festival of Books, actor Terry Crews and his wife, Rebecca, discussed their Audible original, ‘Stronger Together.’
In a tribute to Leslie Marmon Silko, Indigenous authors at the L.A. Times Festival of Books talk about building community in Native American writing.
Don Lemon talked about his book on race, “This is the Fire,” in a Times Festival of Books panel that was cut short by the Chauvin verdict announcement.
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.
At a Festival of Books panel Saturday, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Anthony Cody, Adam Goodman and Jia Lynn Yang talked hard truths about U.S. policy.
At a panel on Sunday for the Times Festival of Books, Meena Harris, author of ‘Ambitious Girl,’ talked about the power of representation in children’s books.
At an L.A. Times Book Festival panel on Black YA fiction, Dean Atta, Morgan Parker, Yusef Salaam and Ibi Zoboi discuss stories of teens making it through.
Deesha Philyaw, Victoria Chang and Isabel Wilkerson are among the winners of the 2020 L.A. Times Book Prizes, announced Friday.
A year of isolation left us with a wealth of words. Hear from the poets, historians and fiction writers who gave us the most powerful books of 2020
The festival will be virtual for the second year in a row, but expanded from 2020, hosting close to 150 writers over seven days beginning April 17.