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

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Eliza Moley
Staff Reporter

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

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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.

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Cookbooks vs. The Internet

Are cookbooks outdated?

Kelly Masuda
Staff Reporter

Are cookbooks collecting dust for good?

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Read This List Before Your Next Bookstore Visit

Sara Newman
Deputy Editor

Your local booksellers will thank you, your wallet not so much.

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The Future Of Screenwriting Is Written In The Books

Author J.K. Rowling grosses more than $1 million every 3 days from the Harry Potter franchise. Photograph courtesy of flickr.com

Morgan Greenwald
Staff Reporter

Adaptations have come to dominate the movie market, but what does this mean for the screenwriter? 

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Junot Díaz Uncensored

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Eliza Moley
Staff Reporter

Junot Díaz is as wise and explicit in person as he is in his literary works. 

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The Era of YA Dystopian Novels Is Ending: 7 Things Readers Will Miss

"The Giver" movie adaptation, based on the 1993 dystopian novel that started the trend in YA fiction, came out in August (@PanAm

Meghan Coyle
Staff Reporter

Lois Lowry: “Dystopian fiction is passé now." But readers will still miss the their visits to Panem and beyond.

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