This week L.A. Letters discusses Iconic L.A. Women.
This week L.A. Letters shows the kindred ideas of three generations of women thinkers over the last 150 years.
This week in L.A. Letters I celebrate two towering women literary figures: journalist Joan Didion and the poet Ursula Rucker.
This week L.A. Letters celebrates two new books and two open mic venues that put the community over the individual in order to improve our environmental and cultural landscape.
This week L.A. Letters highlights a new book and recent events that celebrate life and death in Los Angeles.
Music and poetry have been the ultimate mediums for expressing the wide range of human emotions since the dawn of man.
For African American History Month, L.A. Letters features two important books that expand, as well as question, the canon of 20th Century African-American Poetry.
This week L.A. Letters salutes the talented musicians that reflect the shifting range of California seasons.