Dominican-American novelist and a 2012 MacArthur Fellow; 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winner for his novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
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Antoine Wilson’s short novel “Mouth to Mouth” is about a man who saves another man’s life, inspired by Wilson’s own rescue experience.
This year’s Golden Globe Awards will still happen in Beverly Hills, but with no red carpet and no media access. It will be a very pared-down, glamor-free ceremony.
from Hollywood Breakdown
After the deaths of her husband, John Gregory Dunne, and her daughter, Quintana, Joan Didion wrote "Blue Nights," the most personal and poetic book of her career.
"Lunana: A Yak In the Classroom" is Bhutan's international-feature entry for the Oscars.
from Film Reviews
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi has won two Oscars and could be up for a third. His new movie “A Hero” is on this year’s shortlist for Best International Film.
from The Business
Newly minted LA Opera conductor Lina González-Granados often works with young singers outside of performance halls and says the LA Opera does a good job of bringing music to other…
from KCRW Features
LA Times columnist Patt Morrison is back with an updated version of her 2011 bestseller: “Río L.A.: Tales from the Los Angeles River.”
from Greater LA
Peter Richardson joins Robert Scheer to discuss his latest book, “Savage Journey,” on the legendary Gonzo journalist.
from Scheer Intelligence
Turning the page on a new year, Pico Iyer and Vrajaprana share insights on human frailty and spirituality from authors Graham Greene and Swami Vivekananda.
from Life Examined