Literary events in and around L.A. this month!
Tags: Ada Calhoun, Aja Gabel, Aminah Mae Safi, Annie Lan, Austin Siegemund-Broka, Brea Grant, Bridget Morrissey, Britta Lundin, Bruce Arena, Caeli Wolfson Widger, Carlene Bauer, Carola Lovering, Courtney Davison, Dana Davis, david sedaris, Dexter L. Booth, Emily Wibberly, Farrah Penn, Feliz Lucia Molina, glen david gold, Gregory Crouch, Janelle Brown, Joel Selvin, Julia Fierro, Kathleen Winter, Ken Bensinger, Laura Dave, los angeles, Lydia Millet, Mallory O’Meara, Matt Goldman, Nick Dybek, Notable L.A., notable los angeles, Owen Husney, Paddy Hirsch, Paul Tremblay, Precious Okoyomon, Rachel Stolzman Gullo, raquel gutierrez, Richard Motzkin, Siobhan Adcock, Yansi Pérez, Zandy Hartig
Wednesday 1/25: Perfectly Queer presents Funny Bits: Humorous Stories from East Bay Queer Writers featuring Ajuan Mance, Willy Wilkinson, and Anna Pulley. Free, 7 p.m., The Octopus Literary Salon. John Else (True South: Henry Hampton and “Eyes on the Prize,” the Landmark Television Series That Reframed the Civil Rights Movement) in conversation with Spencer Nakasako […]
Tags: Ajuan Mance, Alexandra Kostoulas, Anna Pulley, Chana Bloch, Clyde Always, Dee Allen, Dennis Estrada, Ella Martinsen Gorham, Esmé Weijun Wang, Henry Davis, J de Salvo, Jerod Haynes, Joe Wadlington, John Else, Jon Sindell, Judith Arcana, Kathleen Alcott, Kathleen Winter, Kevin Wilson, Laura Zink, Lucille Lang Day, Lyndsey Ellis, Marin Theatre Company, Martin Rock, Matthew Zapruder, MK Chavez, Nambi E. Kelly, Native Son, Norma Smith, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, Orlando Bagwell, Paul Corman-Roberts, Paulette Jiles, Rachel Cusk, Rachel Richardson, Richard Sanderell, richard wright, Sandra Gilbert, Scott O’Connor, Spencer Nakasako, Stephen Kopel, Susan Sherman, Vernon Keeve III, Willy Wilkinson, Zyzzyva
Josh Cook reviews Kathleen Winters’s
Nostalgia for the Criminal Past today in Rumpus Poetry. ...more
“For days after the birth Treadway knew there was a secret. He felt the secret exactly as he felt the presence of a white ptarmigan behind him in the snow, and he knew a decision had to be made.”