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Join them for a conversation about their most recent sci-fi novels. Moderators Wil Kaufman. His unique brand of high-tech fiction explores the causes and impacts of rapid technological change. The author of six novels, his latest, "Delta-v," is a realistic space-tech adventure K was awarded the Deji Olukotun Deji Bryce Olukotun is the author of two novels and his fiction has appeared in five different book collections. His novel "After the Flare" won the Philip K. Dick special citation award, and was chosen as one of the best books of by The Guardian, The Washington Post, Syfy.
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She has been a member of the Company Town team for more than a decade. A native of Wyoming, she Her first career was as a professional flutist. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in venues such as the American Journal of Speakers David Shannon David Shannon is the internationally acclaimed creator of more than thirty picture books, including "No, David! Times writer. He uses the name of the webcomic character as one of his online pseudonyms. Most of Jame's webcomics revolve around his childhood There will be no standby line. Balcony ticketholders will be able to purchase an unsigned copies of Valerie Jarrett's book after the event.
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She has been active in the international Igor Volsky Igor Volsky is the co-founder and executive director of Guns Down America, an organization dedicated to building a future with fewer guns. Opinion Live. He is a former reporter and editor at Newsday in New York, where he worked as Middle East bureau chief from to Goldberg also covered the presidential campaign of He writes most often about healthcare policy, intellectual property, technology Robert Greene Robert Greene is an editorial writer covering water, drought, criminal justice reform and Los Angeles County government.
Greene previously was a staff writer for the L. Weekly and a reporter and associate editor for the Metropolitan News-Enterprise. Prior to becoming a journalist Carla Hall Carla Hall is an editorial board member who writes about homelessness, reproductive rights, popular culture, animal welfare, and human rights in Asia and Africa, among other topics. Suzanne Kaufman, Illustrator of "All Are Welcome" Beloved author and illustrator Suzanne Kaufman shares her newest book as part of our ongoing children's reading series.
Speakers Suzanne Kaufman Suzanne Kaufman is an author, illustrator, and animator. Over the years she's done everything from animating special effects for Universal Television and the Discovery Channel to animating award-winning video games for children. She's the illustrator of a number of books for children Ariana spent the first 8 years of her professional career in real estate management.
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Vanessa McGrady After earning a B. Then, she started a career She has a second master's degree in Young Adult Fiction: Friends and "Friends" Figuring out other people is hard enough, but knowing yourself can be significantly more difficult. The characters in novels from Cecil Castellucci, Julie Buxbaum and Aminah Mae Safi all struggle to find themselves while also reckoning with complicated relationships and confusing situations. She's the winner of the We Need Diverse Books short story contest. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her partner and two cats.
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Justin A. Reynolds Justin A. Reynolds has been a pest control operator, night security guard, steel mill janitor, NASA intern, salesman of high-end faucet fixtures, and carpet-flooring installer. He was most recently a registered nurse, before trading his stethoscope for a pencil, but he likes to think This alternative, non commercial exhibition venue is one of many uniquely sited galleries in Los Angeles, where organizers put on shows in pools, elevators, shoe boxes, and more.
How do these spaces model a more democratic, accessible, and open means of art engagement, cultural production and storytelling? She is the founder and director of Gas, a mobile, autonomous, experimental and networked platform for contemporary art located in a truck gallery and online. No singing experience, talent or ability required. This is a unique opportunity to try something new together. Multiple studies have correlated group singing with reduced stress, anxiety and fatigue.
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Moderators Frances Dinkelspiel Frances Dinkelspiel is an award-winning author and journalist. James Donovan and Duncan Williams explore the storied corners of American History in their most recent books. Daley, His Battle Anna-Lisa Cox is an award winning historian on the history of racism and race relations in nineteenth-century America. She is a non-resident Fellow at Harvard University's Hutchins Several leading editors, publishers, and journalists will discuss the present and future of print journalism, revealing that print is very much alive.
Bellantoni has spent over 20 years in journalism, serving as editor-in-chief of the Capitol Hill newspaper Will Hearst William R. Hearst III is the editor and publisher of Alta magazine and the chairman of the board of Hearst Corporation, one of the nation's largest diversified media and information companies. He has been a director of Hearst Corporation for more than 30 years. In addition, Will is Daniel Hernandez Daniel Hernandez is a journalist and author. His career includes stints as a reporter at the L.
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She was born in Syracuse, N. Her varied media career has taken her from McPherson, Kan. George Hobica George Hobica is the founder of Airfarewatchdog. John DiScala John E. DiScala aka Johnny Jet has traveled over , miles a year since starting his newsletter in and has visited close to countries. On his website, he writes about how to maximize your credit card points, how to find travel deals, cheap flights, and how to benefit She covers pop culture, politics and technology. It was also longlisted for the Center for Fiction Novel Prize. Join these authors for a discussion on how to build successful novels out of characters with creative struggles.
She has worked as an editor for a number of literary journals and magazines, including the Los Angeles Review of Books. Born and raised in California Farley C. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown" and wrote She received her B. The authors weave webs of lies and deception that their clever protagonists take hundreds of pages to unravel. He lives in Oklahoma He once climbed the Himalayas with a group of Buddhist monks escaping Chinese soldiers in Tibet.
He returned Joe's favorite books were the Conan Doyle "Sherlock Holmes" stories. He held a variety of different jobs--including Hollywood screenwriter--before writing "IQ," which went onto win the Anthony, Macavity, and Shamus awards for Best Debut Moderators Johana Bhuiyan Johana Bhuiyan is a business reporter at the Los Angeles Times covering the technology industry with a focus on accountability.
He is the author of "Cybersecurity Law," the first comprehensive textbook on U. Jennifer Rothman Professor Jennifer Rothman is nationally recognized for her scholarship in the intellectual property field, and has become the leading expert on the right of publicity. She researches and writes primarily in the areas of intellectual property and constitutional law. In addition to He is the author of the internationally bestselling "Moondust," about the nine remaining men who walked on the moon between and His latest book, "Totally The scope of these authors' most recent books can be as narrow as a single film or as broad as the entire industry, but they all address what film means to a writer.
Moderators Claudia Puig Claudia Puig is a nationally recognized film journalist. He also worked as a freelance screenwriter before writing his two novels, "Boulevard" and "Beat He has been a staff writer for the Washington Post as well as the Times' book review editor. A graduate of Swarthmore College Elizabeth Weitzman Elizabeth Weitzman is a journalist, film critic, and the author of more than two dozen books for children and young adults. She currently covers movies for the Wrap, and was a critic for the New York Daily News from She has also written about entertainment for the New York Speakers Claudia Keelan Claudia Keelan was born in Southern California when it was still covered with orange groves and Nato started the embargo, still in place, against lovely Cuba.
Her writing and teaching career has spanned all corners of the US, as she's taught in many writing programs, including the They turn kids' original stories into wild sketch comedy musicals featuring professional actors to show those kids just how amazing their ideas are Moderators Isaac Fitzgerald Isaac Fitzgerald has been a firefighter, worked on a boat, and was once given a sword by a king, thereby accomplishing three out of five of his childhood goals. These authors discuss how to find the core of a character that's swept up by chaos. Janet Fitch Janet Fitch is an American author and teacher of fiction writing.
She is the author of the 1 national bestseller "White Oleander," a novel translated into 24 languages, an Oprah Book Club book and the basis of a feature film, "Paint It Black," also widely translated and made into Her essays and op-ed pieces have been Davis, Kelly Loy Gilbert and Jennifer Gilmore for a conversation about their most recent young adult novels. The writers discuss their characters' complicated relationship with absent or enigmatic parents, and how exploring those familial relationships leads to a greater understanding of themselves.
Dana L. Davis Dana L. Davis is a writer of novels for teens, most recently the critically acclaimed "Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now. Kelly Loy Gilbert Kelly Loy Gilbert believes deeply in the power of stories to illuminate a shared humanity and give voice to complex, broken people. She is the author of "Conviction," a William C.
Her newest book is "Picture Us in the Light. Ben Morrison's Superfunny! Multimedia Comedy Show Prepare yourself for a live comedy experience unlike anything you've ever seen before. Occurring monthly at the world famous Hollywood Improv, Superfunny! Created and hosted by Ben Morrison, and featuring a diverse lineup of hilarious storytellers, Superfunny is honored to bring the next generation of live comedy to Newstory at the Festival of Books. He created and served as musical director of Le Cabaret Melange, a long running, successful Justine Marino Upon moving to Los Angeles, Justine realized her love for comedy at the Groundlings School, and shortly after started doing standup.
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Having pr Her work has received support from the Napa Valley His first book, "Letters to Guns Her work has appeared Moderators Bill Boyarsky of Southern California. In his 30 years with the Los Angeles Times, Boyarsky was a political writer, featured columnist, and city editor. He was a member of reporting teams that won three Pulitzer Prizes. He is the author of two biographies of Ronald Reagan. He is author of "Los Angeles She holds a D. Phil in History from the University of Delhi, India.
In a career that began in his teens, he worked for newspapers in Western New York and Detroit before landing in Los Angeles at the start of A career that long Sunita Puri Sunita Puri is an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Southern California, and medical director of palliative medicine at the Keck Hospital and Norris Cancer Center. Michael Reichert Michael C. Reichert, Ph. Previously, he helped to create and served for 10 years as director of He creates a regular series on independent, documentary and foreign language films under the banner of Indie Focus, also curating and hosting the Indie Focus Screening Series Karina Longworth Karina Longworth is a writer, film historian and podcaster.
Her latest She now is writing, producing, and performing her own music around Los Angeles. He spent ten years working As an editor, he has been a part of two Pulitzer Prize-winning teams at The Times for his graphics He grew up south of Nashville, Tenn. Maciel ha dirigido numerosas publicaciones Described by Amnesty International as "perhaps Mexico's most famous investigative journalist and women's rights advocate", Cacho's reporting focuses on violence against and sexual abuse She lives in New Jersey with her family. Moderators Greg Mack Greg Mack is a radio personality heard on Gerrick Kennedy Gerrick D.
Kennedy is an award-winning journalist currently reporting on pop music for the Los Angeles Times. These writers explore these issues in beautifully crafted books, exploring the people whose lives are affected as politics are debated. He is a Pulitzer Prize finalist in feature photography for images of Central Americans risking life and limb as they jump aboard the trains from southern Mexico bound for the United States. Aaron Bobrow-Strain Aaron Bobrow-Strain is a professor of politics at Whitman College, where he teaches courses dealing with food, immigration, and the U.
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