Thomas Mullen is the internationally acclaimed author of six previous novels; The Last Town on Earth,...
Interview With an Author: C.L. Polk
Calling All Wordsmiths: 6th Annual Indie Author Project Contest
Attention all independent authors in California! Are you looking to gain recognition and expand your readership? Then look no further than The California Author Project.
Lo nuevo en español: libros interesantes que llegan a la biblioteca este mes para todas las edades
Los libros en español más esperados están disponibles en tu biblioteca. Haz clic en cada título para verlo en nuestro catálogo. ¡No esperes y reserva tu copia hoy mismo!
Interview With an Author: Leigh Bardugo
Leigh Bardugo is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and the creator of the <
The Charming Miss Darlow
When Gertrude Darlow joined the Los Angeles Public Library in October 1893, there were less than twenty employees. During her thirty-plus years with the library, she worked under seven City Librarians, including legends such as Tessa Kelso, Mary L.
Interview With an Author: Ryan North
Ryan North is a New York Times—bestselling author whose books include
Public History Spotlight: A Conversation With Tiffney Sanford
Within the larger discipline of history, there is a field that has been gaining traction called public history.
World Poetry Day: "For My People"
In honor of World Poetry Day, I would like to bring attention to, of course, a poet, Margaret Walker but also a sculptor and artist, Elizabeth Catlett, and a book that features the two women’s creative styles—For My People.
We Mean Business: The Women of the American Labor Movement
Women’s work—inside and outside the home—has always been a part of American life. But the reality of work has not always been easy. Through marches, strikes, boycotts, and organizing, women have fought for fair wages, safer working conditions, and equal treatment under the law.
Interview With an Author: Natalie Haynes
Natalie Haynes is the author of seven books, including A Thousand Ships