- Subscribe via RSS

Reflections On A Year Of 100 Books: Is It Even Worth It?

Madeleine Remi
Contributor

Maybe it's not even a good idea to take this on as your New Year's resolution. 

Read more...

Visual Poetry Collection 'Kern' Meshes Literature And Art

'Kern' is a collection of concrete poetry

Olivia Niland
Staff Reporter

A book of poems without words can (surprisingly) say a lot of things.

Read more...

Director Justin Simien Discusses New Book ‘Dear White People’

Justin Simien's book "Dear White People" (Cover illustration by Ian O'Phelan)

Alliyah Ferrera
Contributor

“Why you can’t have a ‘Dear Black People’ or a White History Month”

Read more...

Book Review: 'Coyote' By Colin Winnette

Andre Gray
Web Producer

A book about missing daughters, relationship abuse, and talk shows. 

Read more...

Netflix To Produce Series Based On 'Lemony Snicket' Books

Will Jim Carrey reprise his role as Count Olaf? (@VanityFair / Twitter)

Michelle Tiu
Entertainment Producer

Some might call this announcement a series of... fortunate events.

Read more...

Smart Bitches With Reading Niches

Neon Tommy

Jessica Oliveira
Staff Reporter

A local Los Angeles book club consisting of lively fun women meets once a month to discuss best-selling novels.

Read more...

Beyond Baroque: The Modern Epicenter Of Literary L.A.

(Eliza Moley/Neon Tommy)

Eliza Moley
Staff Reporter

L.A. does have a literary scene, and Beyond Baroque is making it accessible for everyone.

Read more...

Book Review: 'A Slip Of The Keyboard: Collected Nonfiction'

"A Slip of the Keyboard" by Terry Pratchett was published on Sept. 23 by Doubleday Books. (Jennifer Kuan / Neon Tommy)

Jennifer Kuan
Contributor

Terry Pratchett’s first nonfiction collection is the rare and valuable kind of book that inspires, astounds and intimidates readers.

Read more...
 
ntrandomness