Novelist and associate professor at the University of San Francisco
In talking about his new novel, David Vann tells us how the characters were born of staring for hours at different delicate fish until they revealed who he was supposed to write about.
Apr. 16, 2015from Bookworm
Caribu Island (Harper Collins)
David Vann builds his first novel out of dire materials: his father took his own life, and his stepmother's parents died in a murder/suicide...
Jan. 13, 2011from Bookworm
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Southern California, there’s no telling when live music performances will come back.
Jul. 6from Greater LA
Director Gina Prince-Bythewood found a project that fit into many of the themes she's explored in her films going back to her debut, 2000's "Love & Basketball" in, of all places, the…
Jul. 7from The Treatment
What do Earth, Wind & Fire and Michael Bublé have in common? Mega music producer David Foster.
Jul. 21from The Treatment
XPRIZE is offering $1 million to designers of a protective face mask that people will actually want to wear.
Jul. 16from Design and Architecture
Two artists draw from their cultural backgrounds to respond to today’s social unrest and disparities. A group show shifts its focus to highlight isolation and race in America.
Jul. 7from Arts & Culture Stories
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk.
Jul. 24from Freeform
Silver Lake’s long-running music venue the Satellite is ending performances and DJ nights.
Jul. 17from Music News
What if, out of nowhere, you started hearing a low-frequency rumble, like a truck idling right outside your home, in the middle of the night, every night for weeks and months on end --…
Jul. 14from Nocturne
A new online directory features women and non-binary artists, an LA gallery celebrates its 10th year, and two exhibitions include photographic depictions that celebrate and uplift the…
Aug. 4from Arts & Culture Stories