Lynell George

Photo by Aaron Salcido Lynell George is a Los Angeles based journalist and essayist. Currently an arts and culture columnist for KCET’s Artbound, she has had a long career in LA journalism as staff writer for both the Los Angeles Times and L.A. Weekly — focusing on social issues, human behavior and identity politics as well as visual arts, music and literature. She has taught journalism at Loyola Marymount University and is also a Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities Fellow and a USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Fellow (2013). She is also the author of No Crystal Stair: African Americans in the City of Angels (Verso/Doubleday), a collection of features and essays drawn from her reporting.


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My L.A. in Four Locations: A Jazz Tour

"My L.A. in Four Locations" is a running feature in which Angelenos share the story of their city through four specific places. This week — Lynell George....


In Memoriam: Carolyn See

John Rechy, Lynell George, Susan Straight, Ron Charles, Laurence Goldstein, and Jonathan Kirsch remember Carolyn See....

In Memoriam: Carolyn See
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