Steffie Nelson

Steffie Nelson has written for the Los Angeles Times, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and T: The New York Times Style Magazine. She lives in Echo Park and is currently working on a book about cosmic Los Angeles. Her website is steffienelson.com.


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L.A. Woman

What truly sets Babitz apart from L.A. writers like Joan Didion or Nathanael West is that a part of her still buys the Hollywood fantasy....

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