John Wray discusses writing about the extremes of subjectivity, and breaking the reader of expectations in his new novel, Godsend.
Jan. 10, 2019
Jeff Jackson’s Destroy All Monsters: The Last Rock Novel comes at the same story from radically different angles that echo and rewrite each other.
Jan. 3, 2019
A voluminous correspondence of an intellectual friendship between two literary geniuses, Questioning Minds: The Letters of Guy Davenport and Hugh Kenner, edited by Edward M. Burns.
Dec. 20, 2018
Lynda Barry’s Making Comics is a how-to graphic novel guide for people who gave up on drawing.
And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?: A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks by Lawrence Weschler is a book that can only be itself.
In her feature film debut, ‘Queen & Slim’, director Melina Matsoukas has made a road drama that examines African American stereotypes and flipped them on their heads.
from The Treatment
This week, artists use light and pigment to create otherworldly effects, and two artists investigate the climate through unique personal styles.
from Arts & Culture Stories
A dramatic decision by a little-known planning agency may impact how much new housing goes up in your city.
from Design and Architecture
If you spliced the Rock Hudson and the James Dean of the movie 'Giant' together -- two different kinds of all American icons -- you'd get the sensibility that Todd Snyder brings to…
from The Treatment
Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” builds a soundtrack out of vintage radio spots, commercials, and music.
from KCRW Features
On Tuesday, presidential hopeful Julian Castro joined Black Lives Matter activists in front of LAPD headquarters to raise awareness of the 2018 fatal police shooting of Grechario Mack.
from Greater LA
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about what it must be like to be down a well and to look up and see the stars, and why a place I know in Hollywood is trying to do…
from Martini Shot