This week L.A. Letters looks at the works of writer Chester Himes and how he candidly mapped Los Angeles and the social relationships that defined the city.
This week L.A. Letters spotlights an upcoming feminist book fair in Historic South Central Los Angeles, as well as the gallery space hosting the event.
This week L.A. Letters reports from three major readings in Southern California devoted to educational equality, uplifting the community and social justice.
This week L.A. Letters spotlights a two-tiered project that includes both a book and documentary.
This week L.A. Letters meditates on the preservation of sites across Literary Los Angeles and why much more of it is needed.
This week L.A. Letters remembers the legacy of the celebrated Chicana writer/poet, and shares memories of her work from many of her admirers.
This week L.A. Letters examines the vibrant landscape along Garvey Avenue from Alhambra to El Monte, passing through Monterey Park, Rosemead and South El Monte.
This week L.A. Letters reviews many of the key developments of 2014 and also looks ahead at emerging trends for 2015.