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colorful logo for LA Made with photos of the performers
Tina Lerno, January 23, 2020

Get ready, we're preparing to launch Season 5 of the LA Made cultural programming series on February 15, 2020 with a return of the ever-popular Strong Words storytelling event!

Tochi Onyebuchi and his adult fiction debut novel, Riot Baby
Daryl M., January 16, 2020

Tochi Onyebuchi is the author of the young adult novel Beasts Made of Night, which won the Ilube Nommo Award for Best Speculative Fiction Novel by an African, its sequel,

Paul Krueger and his new book, Steel Crow Saga
Daryl M., December 26, 2019

Paul Krueger is a Filipino-American author and a lapsed Chicagoan who may now be found literally herding cats in Los Angeles.

3 new book covers
Daryl M., December 18, 2019

Season’s Readings everyone. 2019 has been quite a year in terms of fiction and non-fiction titles. I’ve had the opportunity to read some truly remarkable books over this past year.

Jenn Bailey reading her book, A Friend for Henry
Keith Kesler, December 17, 2019

Jenn Bailey has won blue ribbons for pie baking, roamed Australia as the still photographer for Continuum, and made it to the Top 40 in the Lego Master Builder competition. Bailey has her MFA in writing for children and young adults from the Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Nicholas Meyer and his latest novel, The Adventure of the Peculiar Protocols
Daryl M., December 05, 2019

Nicholas Meyer is an award-winning author, screenwriter and director. His body of creative work in publishing, film and television spans more than five decades.

Author Christine Feret-Fleury and her latest novel, The Girls Who Reads on the Metro
Daryl M., November 21, 2019

Christine Feret-Fleury is an author based in France.

Clay McLeod Chapman and his latest novel, The Remaking
Daryl M., November 14, 2019

Clay McLeod Chapman is the creator of the storytelling session The Pumpkin Pie Show and the author of Rest Area,

Rin Chupeco and her new novel The Never Titling World
Kelli Lowers, November 26, 2019

Rin Chupeco has written obscure manuals for complicated computer programs, talked people out of their money at event shows, and done many other terrible things. She now writes about ghosts and fantastic worlds but is still sometimes mistaken for a revenant.

Kelli Estes and her latest novel, Today We Go Home
Daryl M., November 07, 2019

Kelli Estes lived in the deserts of eastern Washington state and Arizona before settling in the Seattle area, which she loves so much she plans to forever live near the water.