Jul. 30, 2009
Atsuro Riley says he wrote “Heard-Hoard” with a kind of pacing he could feel in his body.
Tony Platt’s recently re-released book, “Grave Matters” digs into the Golden State’s dark history of not only massacring Indigenous Peoples, but later desecrating their graves and…
from Scheer Intelligence
Bryan Carpenter has worked as an armorer — the person responsible for overseeing weapons — on series such as “Queen of the South” and “Cloak & Dagger.”
from The Business
Just getting through the day can now sometimes feel like an exercise in diplomacy, especially with disputes over COVID vaccines, mask mandates, and critical race theory in schools.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
Director Jeymes Samuel on the often ignored history of Black cowboys.
from The Treatment
Teresa K. Miller discusses “Borderline Fortune,” which won her the National Poetry Series, when she was about ready to give up on herself.
With the new movie “Eternals,” Marvel is hoping it can launch a series of films as successful as the “Avengers.”
from Hollywood Breakdown
Paul Thomas Anderson’s new movie, “Licorice Pizza,” is about growing up and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s.
from Greater LA
Idiosyncratic short story writer Diane Williams discusses her new book, “How High? – That High.”