The Paperback L.A. trio of anthologies has been completed with the spring launch of Paperback L.A. Book 3, A Casual Anthology: Secrets. Sigalerts. Ravines. Records. Spring is L.A.’s most literary season, and this year it extended from April through May for us with events including: a preview in April at the L.A. Times Festival … More Paperback L.A. Book 3 Recent Events
It’s not surprising that writers from (or on) all eras of California’s history are included in Paperback L.A. A Casual Anthology, Books 1, 2 and 3. But it is a bit amazing and fun to note how there’s recent news connected to so many time periods this past month or so. Most recently and most … More Paperback L.A. Contribs in the News: An Apology, A Prize, and A Controversy
At Last! Writerless Book Reviews! At Paperback L.A. A Casual Anthology, we just don’t get why so many readers lament a decrease in book review sections in the dwindling number of newspapers and magazines. Who needs human book reviewers? We may have to wait for driverless cars because of nitpicky safety enthusiasts and anti-death … More Rave Robot Review!
Prospect Park Books invites you to celebrate the launch of Paperback L.A. Book 3, A Casual Anthology: Secrets. SigAlerts. Ravines. Records. on May 5 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Helms Design Center 8745 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232. Paperback L.A. Book 3 is freewheeling, visually striking book that brings together an unusual collection of texts and … More May 5 Launch Party Paperback L.A. Book 3!
If you’re heading to the L.A. Times Festival of Books this weekend, be sure to stop by Prospect Park Books at Booth 103, on Trousdale right across from Alumni Park. It’s the FIRST PUBLIC VIEWING of our third and final new-school anthology, Paperback L.A. Book 3, A Casual Anthology: Secrets. Sigalerts. Ravines. Records. Get your own personalized … More Paperback L.A. at LA Times Festival of Books Sat. April 13
Recent press and social media mentions of Paperback L.A. … More They’re calling us (good) names.
It was a dark and stormy day when I went to the KPFK studios to tape an interview with Andrew Tonkavitch, host of Bibliocracy and it was a dark and stormy day yesterday when it aired. So the dark, stormy and weird scene by author Ray Bradbury that I read on the program was in … More Paperback L.A. Book 2 featured on KPFK’s Bibliocracy interview show