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
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
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
There’s still time to enjoy our end-of-the-year deals for Paperback L.A. A Casual Anthology. … More Holiday Discount & Free Shipping for Paperback L.A.
Paperback L.A. Book 2 launches on October 30, 2018 at Chevalier’s Books on Larchmont. … More Sneak Preview: Paperback L.A., Book 2: Studios. Salesmen. Shrines. Surfspots.
READING IN THE SUN. It sounds easy, but you probably need advice. As this post goes live, I am reading in the sun. Fridays in the summer I go to the beach. El Porto, at the northern tip of Manhattan Beach. I walk when I get there, and I read. I’m a reading expert. Not the … More Tips for Reading in the Sun