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For Cyrus Grace Dunham, Gender Is a Journey Without a Clear End

The Glassell Park resident—and sibling to big sister Lena—details their dysphoria in the new memoir, 'A Year Without a Name'

How Small, Scrappy Local Book Presses Have Turned L.A. Into a Publishing Town

L.A.'s never been known as a bastion of publishing—but that's changing

Jeffrey Tambor’s Dream in Life Is to Be the Voice of Your GPS

Plus his very poignant thoughts on the matzo selection at Gelson's

The 13 Best Mom and Pop Bookstores in L.A.

Because e-readers are for suckers
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Patrick deWitt Deconstructs the Fairy Tale in Undermajordomo Minor

The author’s latest is a subversive (albeit respectful) take on familiar fables

L.A.’s Top Literary Events in August

From a Bukowski tribute to a discussion with a Pulitzer Prize finalist, there's something for everyone this month

Greg Proops on the Whose Line Is It Anyway? Live Show Spin-off

The improv is faster and more furious at the staged Whose Live Anyway?

Cramming for Klosterman: A Study Guide

The New York Times columnist and critic is coming to L.A. to discuss his new essay collection. Want to attend the reading and sound smart? Here's a refresher on all things Klosterman.

Park It

You can get to this bustling corner of northeast L.A. below Griffith Park without ever putting your key in the ignition. Los Feliz is best when experienced on foot