This week L.A. Letters spotlights two poets, who both in their own way create ultramodern poetry of collision that inevitably answers metaphysical questions as it unfolds and unrav
In the last three decades Monterey Park became known as the first city and suburb in America to have an Asian majority. Advertised in Asia as the "Chinese Beverly Hills," the city'
This week L.A. Letters covers a kaleidoscope of L.A. arts issues equally tragic and uplifting.
This week L.A. Letters salutes Leimert Park's the World Stage, reinforces its importance, and draws the connection between other community arts organizations like Tuesday Night Caf
The common bond between the two books is that they both take place in Los Angeles and offer an alternative vision, pregnant with hope and what really could be.
This week L.A. Letters discusses the idea of street poets, two new books and a new venue on L.A.'s historic Central Avenue.
This week L.A. Letters highlights a few writers, events and organizations on the frontlines, battling censorship and fighting for the freedom to read.
This week L.A. Letters explores three recent L.A. books and pays tribute to 15 years of the seminal music venue, Firecracker.