Claudia Taylor

writer and Malibu resident

Writer and Malibu resident

Claudia Taylor on KCRW

If you live in Malibu you live with the knowledge that your life and home run the risk of fire.

Malibu after the fires: tin roofs, concrete structures and tiny homes?

If you live in Malibu you live with the knowledge that your life and home run the risk of fire.

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