Heidi Julavits

author

Guest

American author and co-editor of The Believer magazine; author of The Folded Clock

Heidi Julavits on KCRW

A diary is usually one of two things: Ourselves at our worst, i.e. complaining or self-aggrandizing. Or, perhaps more disappointing, ourselves at our most mundane.

Diary as Literature

A diary is usually one of two things: Ourselves at our worst, i.e. complaining or self-aggrandizing. Or, perhaps more disappointing, ourselves at our most mundane.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Heidi Julavits: The Vanishers

from Bookworm

Heidi Julavitz: The Effect of Living Backwards

from Bookworm

More from KCRW

Actor and producer, Michael B. Jordan on the video game “Rainbow Six” as inspiration for his newest role

from The Treatment

Edward St. Aubyn discusses his new book, “Double Blind,” and writing about the problems with consciousness that have long fascinated his consciousness.

from Bookworm

"The Conjuring" films have conjured billions of box-office dollars since the first one in 2013.

from Film Reviews

Locals identify Crenshaw Boulevard as the main artery of Black culture in Los Angeles, while the man it’s named for was white.

from Greater LA

Sherry Buchanan, author of “On the Ho Chi Minh Trail,” discusses what she learned about the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese women who survived its frontlines.

from Scheer Intelligence

One year after the murder of George Floyd, an event that catalyzed racial justice movements across the country, organizers in LA gathered at City Hall to encourage activists to…

from Greater LA

Earlier in his career, Hugh Grant played the charming lead in romantic comedies.

from The Business

The former Congress member talks to Robert Scheer about his life and the dramatic events surrounding his political rise, as told in his new book “The Division of Light and Power.”

from Scheer Intelligence