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When The World Goes Dark

Kem Nunn got California’s attention with the surf noir masterpieces "Tapping the Source" and "The Dogs of Winter." Their message? Life can unravel with the slightest of tugs. In his latest novel, "Chance," he reaches new heights of anxiety Read more...

Quick Take: Life at the Marmont By Raymond Sarlot and Fred E. Basten

Aaron Sorkin should make a mini-series about this place. Oh, wait. Maybe he is. Read more...

Quick Take: Manzanar to Mount Whitney

In 1942, 14-year-old Hank Umemoto looked through the windows of his barracks and dreamed of climbing Mount Whitney. Read more...

Quick Take: The Five Acts of Diego León

A hall of mirrors that’s as fragmented and multifaceted as identity itself. Read more...

State of Grace

In Marisa Silver’s new novel, a picture is worth 80,000 words Read more...

Quick Take: If You Knew Me You Would Care

A book of essays written by women who have rebuilt their lives after violence, war, and poverty. Read more...

Quick Take: City of Angels: or, The Overcoat of Dr. Freud by Christa Wolf

Reading the files the Stasi kept on you? That sounds fun. Read more...

Quick Take: Percival Everett by Virgil Russell by Percival Everett

Another exploration into identity, fiction, and deception. Read more...

Quick Take: The Aylesford Skull by James P. Blaylock

Kidnappers, hunchbacked vivisectionists, elves – they're all in there Read more...

Quick Take: No Character Limit by the LA WriteGirl Project

A nonprofit pairs teens with successful female writers – and produces literature Read more...

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