Now Read This: The Week’s Best New Books, November 25th Edition

Top titles hitting bookshelves this week

Excavating Laurel Canyon: Where the Counter Culture Came Crashing to an End

Recent book Children of the Canyon and an exhibit at the Grammy Museum celebrate Laurel Canyon in the '60s and '70s

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Birdman’s Full Title; or, A Quiz

Pretentious? Possibly. Gratuitous? Maybe. Intriguing? Definitely

Two Sisters are Bringing “Fine Smut” to L.A. with the First Ever Romance-Only Bookstore

The Ripped Bodice will open its doors in Culver City on March 4 at 10:00 a.m.
Mark Z. Danielewski

L.A.’s Top Literary Events in November

From Stan Lee's memoir to Mark Z. Danielewski's newest work, there's something for everyone this month
The Journals of Osborne P. Anderson

Guns, God, and Slavery Collide on Stage in Ted Lange’s New Play

Who knew Isaac from The Love Boat was L.A.'s great historic dramatist?
Kris Jenner

Get a Signed Copy of Kris Jenner’s Cookbook This Weekend

Finally, you can cook just like the Jenner-Kardashians

12 Can’t-Miss Events in January

Stuff your face with cheeseburgers or discover the best dance crew you’ve never heard of

L.A.’s Top Literary Events in March

From a spoken word series to a reading from short story writer John Jodzio, bookworms have plenty to choose from this month

L.A.’s Top Literary Events in January

BDSM, Miranda July, and more