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Alternative Marketplaces and Author Events for this Holiday Season

Alternative Marketplaces and Author Events for this Holiday Season

This week L.A. Letters offers a slew of alternative marketplaces and events diverging from the more crowded and traditional options. To add even more to the mix, CicLAVIA will be m ...
Selections for Summer Reading: The Black Man of Happiness to Showtime

Selections for Summer Reading: The Black Man of Happiness to Showtime

From a meditation on what it means to be a happy Black man, the folklore of the freeway, to the glory days of the Lakers, these four books each equally present a new perspective on ...
Phenomenal Woman: Remembering Maya Angelou

Phenomenal Woman: Remembering Maya Angelou

This week L.A. Letters salutes the legacy of the celebrated poet, playwright, professor, memoirist, historian, director, screenwriter, activist, and actress.
Race, Space & Place: Two Books for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Race, Space & Place: Two Books for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

This week for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month L.A. Letters extols two important contemporary Asian Pacific American authors and their most recent books.
Two Events for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Two Events for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

This week L.A. Letters spotlights several contemporary Asian American poets by previewing two events on Asian American Poetry.
Poetry Los Angeles: Four Books for National Poetry Month

Poetry Los Angeles: Four Books for National Poetry Month

For the final week of National Poetry Month, L.A. Letters spotlights four books pushing the poetic envelope.
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