Posts Tagged: los angeles
Hey Los Angeles Rockers!
Sunday night is the launch and reading event of Black Clock, issue 17 and you know you want to be there....more
Monday 10/21: Shohreh Aghdashloo presents and signs The Alley of Love and Yellow Jasmines. 7 p.m. at Book Soup....more
Come to the Antai Gallery to see statuettes and drawings from Rumpus artist, Alexandra Lakin.
The opening reception is October 19th, 6-8 pm at the Antai Gallery, Scoops, 712 N. Heliotrope Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90029.
Before the reception, you can view Alexandra’s most recent illustrations in the Rumpus essay, On Living Apart Together....more
The Rumpus and Dirty Laundry Lit
LA Lit Crawl
Round 2: Wednesday October 23rd
7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
The Federal Bar
5303 Lankershim Boulevard
Saturday 8/24: Join HOT DISH at the home of host Summer Block Kumar for a backyard BBQ with readers: Rumpus Letters for Kids editor Cecil Castellucci, Andrew Choate, Heather Havrilesky, Summer Block Kumar, Michal Lemberger, and Ruth McKee. 6:30 p.m. at a private residence in Burbank....more
Here’s hoping you were too busy attending panels and buying Write Like A Motherfucker mugs at this year’s AWP to read The Rumpus this weekend. And here’s hoping you’ll read the two spectacular essays we ran right now.
The first is a piece about binges—on food, drugs, exercise, anything, everything—by Chloe Caldwell....more
The Bold Italic is going on tour!
The site will be traveling up and down the west coast to Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle. In each city, there will be a pop-up shop featuring goodies from local San Francisco stores, an art show curated by Dan Johnson Lake, Berlin Style Ping-Pong, and much more!...more
What up Los Angeles? The Rumpus doesn’t exclude any part of California and to prove it, we’re having an event in LA! Because, “It’s About Time”!!
Featuring brilliant authors Joshuah Bearman and Gabrielle Calvocoressi!...more
How did Los Angeles, that haven of low-culture and strip mall malaise beat us (San Francisco) to the punch with high-brow coffee? (I jest. L.A. is great if you want to buy human bone jewelry, guzzle incredible garlic sauce, and hang out with famous porn stars in a 24 hour Jewish deli.)
How did not one of the six new cafes that opened last week on Valencia Street contain even a passing reference to Thomas Pynchon and his mythical post-bugle as featured in The Crying Of Lot 49?...more