author, 'Night Soul and Other Stories'
American novelist, short story writer, and essayist
Feb. 3, 2011
Relationships and marriage, violence and loss, houses and homes are the deeply conventional subjects that occupy this unconventional novel.
Sep. 4, 2003
Host Jonathan Bastian talks with David Whyte about the power of the written and spoken word.
from Life Examined
There may come a day when fire-prone areas like Malibu aren’t habitable as climate change makes wildfires more frequent and more difficult to control.
from Greater LA
“Martita, I Remember You/Martita, te recuerdo” is a bilingual new book by Sandra Cisneros.
The official portraits of Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are on a national tour. Making the only West Coast stop, they're coming to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on November 7.
from KCRW Features
Teresa K. Miller discusses “Borderline Fortune,” which won her the National Poetry Series, when she was about ready to give up on herself.
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
The Netflix documentary “Found” follows three Chinese cousins, adopted as babies by very different American families. Thanks to DNA, the teen girls found each other.
from The Business
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