Boris Kachka

LA Times Books Editor

LA Times Books Editor

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The LA Times’ Festival of Books kicks off four weeks of panels, readings, and other events this Sunday, October 18. It’ll all be virtual.

What the LA Times’ Festival of Books represents as it goes digital

The LA Times’ Festival of Books kicks off four weeks of panels, readings, and other events this Sunday, October 18. It’ll all be virtual.

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