Tosh Berman

TamTam Books

Guest

Head of TamTam Books, a small publishing house in Los Angeles

Tosh Berman on KCRW

Tosh Berman, the son of the artist Wallace Berman, describes his childhood surrounded by   the revolutionary artists of the Beat movement.

Growing Up Among the Great American Rebels of the 60s

Tosh Berman, the son of the artist Wallace Berman, describes his childhood surrounded by  the revolutionary artists of the Beat movement.

from Scheer Intelligence

Tosh Berman’s memoir,  Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World , is a depiction of culture brought into Los Angeles from the rest of the world: reinvented to be here.

Tosh Berman: Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World

Tosh Berman’s memoir,  Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World , is a depiction of culture brought into Los Angeles from the rest of the world: reinvented to be here.

from Bookworm

What would you do if 14 years’ worth of your work disappeared? That’s a question that writer and artist Dennis Cooper has been asking himself for the last few weeks.

Dennis Cooper and the case of the disappearing blog

What would you do if 14 years’ worth of your work disappeared? That’s a question that writer and artist Dennis Cooper has been asking himself for the last few weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

Talent agent-turned-producer Theresa Kang Lowe had a pretty good idea of the challenges she’d face in adapting the novel “Pachinko” for television.

from The Business

Disney reports that it has 8 million new subscribers to its streaming service. Investors are wondering how much money Disney+ subscribers will bring in the long run.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Street vendors are an essential part of Los Angeles’ history and its economy.

from UnFictional

Photographer Emanuel Hahn’s new book, “ Koreatown Dreaming ,” includes interviews and images of 40 Koreatown business owners who’ve been trying to stay afloat amid COVID and…

from Greater LA

The lovers in "Paris 13th District," a romantic comedy by the French director Jacques Audiard, don't necessarily want to live the erratic lives they're living.

from Film Reviews

Nearly 50 Starbucks shops nationwide have voted to unionize this year. Now LA County’s Starbucks baristas are brewing up change.

from Greater LA

Gillian Chamberlin’s haunting and beautiful poems will make readers long and ache. She says that writing poetry allows her to make her thoughts more digestible.

from Poetry Submissions

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection is back in LA. “What we do is about illuminating a fuller scope of Blackness and humanity at large,” says the chief curator.

from Greater LA

The next LA County supervisor from the San Fernando Valley and Westside will represent over 2 million people and control billions of dollars. But where’s the campaign?

from Greater LA