The co-founder of The Toast and author of 'Texts from Jane Eyre: And Other Conversations with Your Favorite Literary Characters' talks about her influences growing up, her obsession with “Weird Twitter,” and why she sees herself as the Tom Bombadil of feminism.
Father's Day was a perfect occasion to catch up with Jerry Stahl, whose latest memoir on fatherhood is called 'OG Dad: Weird Shit Happens When You Don't Die Young.'
Dhaka-based writer Saad Hossein, author of 'Escape from Baghdad!', challenges LA-based author Mark Haskell Smith to prove that one of their cities is the biggest mess, and therefore the best place to be a writer.
Author Jonathan Lethem gives us a peek into his bookbag before checking out at Skylight Books in Los Angeles.
He is among the most prolific Chicano cartoonists and satirists.
The talented actress authored the Randi Rhodes children’s novels.
The inaugural book fair in South Central was a big success.
An undiscovered map collection falls into the arms of the LA library.
A new twist on Harper Lee's iconic novel To Kill a Mockingbird.
Mark Haskell Smith's adventures in the clothing-optional world.
Interviewed at the 2015 AIPAD Photography Show in New York
Featuring the ongoing 'Desert Cantos' series
A scavenger rummaging through the dustbin of photographic history.
All Night Menu is a series on "the lost heroes and miniature histories of Los Angeles."
The editor of Heyday Books' new LAtitudes: An Angeleno's Atlas.
A young woman's experience of the Great Recession in New York and Seoul.
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