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All the Food that's Fit to Print at the Festival of Books

Want to learn a few new moves in the kitchen? Here's where to find the cooking demos at the literary confab Read more...

5 Writing Tips from Lorrie Moore

The literary superstar visited ALOUD to read from her new book, Bark, and offer tips on her craft Read more...

Q&A: Mona Simpson's New Novel Cracks the Case

A budding Sherlock Holmes discovers more about his parents than he ever wanted to know in Casebook Read more...

From Page to Screen: Your Guide to Cinematic Lit at the Festival of Books

Where to find Mayim Bialik, B.J. Novak, Alicia Silverstone and other Hollywood hotshots at this weekend's big literary affair Read more...

Freezing People Isn't Easy and Bob Nelson Should Know; He's the Most Famous Failure in the History of Cryonics

After his first attempts turned disastrous, Bob Nelson changed his name and dropped out of sight. Now he tells his side of the story in the memoir "Freezing People is (Not) Easy" Read more...

Now Read This: The Week's Best New Books, April 3rd Edition

Six titles hitting shelves this week Read more...

Outside of the Box: Lilibet Snellings on Her New Book, “Box Girl: My Part-Time Job as an Art Installation”

The first-time author and self-proclaimed “slash” (writer/waitress/actress—you get the idea), talks here about her new collection of essays and what it really takes to make it in L.A. Read more...

Sense of Place: Altadena Novelist Michelle Huneven’s Newest Love Letter to California

The Altadena author writes about California like a native, not rhapsodically but with genuine affection Read more...

Now Read This: The Week's Best New Books, March 26th Edition

Three new titles hitting bookshelves this week Read more...

James Franco Talks About his New Book of Poetry, His Writing Mentor & Being on Lindsay Lohan's List of Lovers

"It's something I love, and if people want to judge my poetry through the lens of my acting then there's nothing I can do about that" Read more...

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