Los Angeles Literature Events 2/13/17 –2/19/17

stephen-kinzer-true-flag-200x300 Stephen Kinzer at Vroman’s Bookstore

Join us as author Stephen Kinzer discusses and signs The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of the American Empire. The bestselling author of Overthrow and The Brothers brings to life the forgotten political debate that set America’s interventionist course in the world for the twentieth century and beyond. Kinzer examines the period when Americans first found their country able to dominate faraway lands, and the brilliant debates that followed this change. The words of the titans who faced off in this epic confrontation are amazingly current, and every argument in the world grows from this one. It all starts here.

Where: Vroman’s Bookstore

Date: Monday the 13th                      

Time: 7 pm

Address: 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101

Website: http://www.vromansbookstore.com/event/stephen-kinzer-discusses-and-signs-true-flag-theodore-roosevelt-mark-twain-and-birth-american

Valentine’s Day Romance Panel at the Last Bookstore

Join us for How to Write a Romance: A Special Valentine’s Day Panel, when three of today’s bestselling romance authors will discuss a literary genre that’s become a billion dollar industry. Panelists include:

Laurelin Paige, New York Times bestselling author of Chandler;

CD Reiss, New York Times bestselling author of Marriage Games and Separation Games; and

Vanessa Fewings, USA Today bestselling author of Enthrall Secrets.

Please RSVP at the website.

Where: The Last Bookstore

Date: Monday the 13th

Time: 7:30 pm

Address: 453 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

Website:   http://lastbookstorela.com/#events

UC Riverside Celebrates 40th Anniversary Writers Week

Join the longest-running, free literary event in California, where award-winning authors will discuss their work during a three-day event, February 14-16, 2017. Highlights include: Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o, often mentioned as a potential Nobel Laureate, receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award; National Book Award in Poetry winner Robin Coste-Lewis; and Los Angeles Poet Laureate Luis J. Rodriguez.

Event and parking are FREE!

DAY 1 SCHEDULE:

1:00  Dagoberto Gilb, author of Before the End, After the Beginning, The Flowers, Woodcuts of Women, Gritos, The Last Known Residence of Mickey Acuna, and The Magic of Blood, has been a finalist for both the PEN/Faulkner and National Book Critics Circle Award. He is the executive director of CentroVicoria, a center for Mexican American literature and culture at the University of Houston-Victoria.

2:30  Natashia Deon, recipient of the PEN Center USA Emerging Voices fellowship and author of the critically acclaimed novel Grace, is an attorney, writer, law professor, and creator of the popular LA-based reading series Dirty Laundry Lit. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications.

3:30  Jade Chang, whose debut novel The Wangs vs the World was published in October, has worked as an arts and culture journalist and editor for publications like the BBC, Metropolis, Glamour, and the Los Angeles Times Magazine. She was recently an editor at Goodreads, and has received several prestigious fellowships and awards.

5:00  Michael Tolin, a filmmaker and novelist whose latest novel NK3 will publish in February 2017, has written numerous screenplays, including The Player, Nine, Dawn of the Dead, Changing Lanes, and Deep Impact. He is writer/director/producer on Ray Donovan, and wrote/directed the films The Rapture and The New Age.

6:30  Luis J. Rodriguez, Poet Laureate of Los Angeles, is a novelist/memoirist/short story/children’s book writer as well as a community and urban peace activist, mentor, youth and arts advocate. He has written 15 books in all genres, is the founding editor of Tia Chucha Press, and co-founder/president of Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural and Bookstore in the San Fernando Valley.

Where: CHASS Interdisciplinary Building South 1128, UCR campus

Date: Tuesday the 14th   /Day 1

Time: 9 am – 8:30 pm

Address: 900 University Ave., Riverside, CA 92521

Website:  http://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/43590

Poetry Open Mic at Westwood Branch Library

Wow! Seriously? Valentine’s Day?

Heck yeah! Bring your valentine! Bring your Valentine’s Day poems! Bring your Valentine’s Day short short prose! Or bing your unvalentine poems and short shorts!

Hosted by: Wyatt Underwood.

Where: Westwood Branch Library, LAPL

Date: Tuesday the 14th

Time: 6 pm

Address: 1246 Glendon Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024

Website:  http://www.lapl.org/whats-on/events/poetry-open-mic-2

Music Memoir at Book Soup

Verdine White will discuss and sign Maurice White’s memoir, My Life with Earth, Wind & Fire, one of the most popular and significant bands of the past century. They transcended genres and fused diverse influences, from R&B to pop to jazz and beyond, earning Grammy Awards and most recently a Lifetime Achievement Award. Verdine White, musician and younger brother of Maurice White, will share Maurice’s story.

Where: Book Soup

Date: Tuesday the 14th

Time: 7 pm

Address: 8818 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Websitehttp://www.booksoup.com/event/verdine-white-celebrates-discusses-and-signs-maurice-white’s-memoir-my-life-earth-wind-fire

UC Riverside Celebrates 40th Anniversary Writers Week

Join the longest-running, free literary event in California, where award-winning authors will discuss their work during a three-day event, February 14-16, 2017. Highlights include: Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o, often mentioned as a potential Nobel Laureate, receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award; National Book Award in Poetry winner Robin Coste-Lewis; and Los Angeles Poet Laureate Luis J. Rodriguez.

Event and parking are FREE!

DAY 2 SCHEDULE:

11:00  William Luvass has published three novels, The Seductions of Natalie Bach, Going Under, and Beneath the Coyote Hills, and his new novel Welcome to Saint Angel is forthcoming in 2017. He is also author of two story collections: A Working Man’s Apocrypha and Ashes Rain Down: a story cycle.

12:00 Fred Moten is the author of In the Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Tradition, Hughson’s Tavern, B. Jenkins, The Feel Trio, and co-author of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study. He is the recipient of numerous awards and is a professor of English at UCR.

1:00  Lilliam Rivera and Brandy Colbert with Kima Jones.

Lilliam Rivera is the author of The Education of Margot Sanchez, a contemporary young adult novel to debut on February 21, and a 2016 Pushcart Prize winner with work in Tin House and other publications.

Brandy Colbert is the author of the young adult novel Pointe, which was named a best book by Publisher’s Weekly, BuzzFeed, Book Riot, and the Chicago and Los Angeles public libraries. Her next novel, Little Lion, will be published in August.

Kima Jones has received numerous fellowships, and been published at GQ, Guernica, NPR, PANK, and The Rumpus among others. She is the founding board member of Makara Center for the Arts in Santa Ana and operates Jack Jones Literary Arts, a book publicity company in Los Angeles.

2:30  Sarah Vap has written five collections of poetry, including the Saturnalia Books Poetry Prize award-winning Dummy Fire and the Iowa Poetry Prize winner American Spikenard. Her work has appeared in American Poetry Review, Denver Quarterly, and Gulf Coast, among others.

3:30  Vanessa Hua is the author of Deceit and Other Possibilities. She received a 2015 Rona Jaffe Writers Award and is a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. She has written for numerous prestigious publications, and is a contributing non-fiction editor at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop’s The Margins. She works and teaches at the Writer’ Grotto in San Francisco

4:30  Daniel Olivas is the author of seven books and editor of two anthologies. His books include the award-winning novel The Book of Want, the landmark anthology Things We Do Not Talk About: Exploring Latino/a Literature through Essays and Interviews. He has written for many prestigious publications.

5:30  Dana Johnson is the author of the short-story collection In the Not Quite Dark, as well as the Flanner O’Conner Award winning Break Any Woman Down, and the novel Elsewhere, California. Her work has appeared in many journals, and she is a professor of English at the University of Southern California.

7:00 Michelle Latiolais is the author of the novel She, a collection of stories shortlisted for the Believer Book Award, the novel A Proper Knowledge, and the novel Even Now, which received the Gold Medal for Fiction from the Commonwealth Club of California. She is a professor of English at UC Irvine, where she co-directs the Programs in Writing.

Where: CHASS Interdisciplinary Building South 1128, UCR campus

Date: Wednesday the 15th /Day 2

Time: 9 am – 8:30 pm

Address: 900 University Ave., Riverside, CA 92521

Websitehttp://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/43590

All Night Menu Volume Three at Skylight Bookstore

Sam Sweet presents All Night Menu Volume Three, which is a history of Los Angeles told in five installments. Each booklet contains eight non-fiction stories titled after specific addresses. Buildings are demolished, populations pass on, and neighborhoods change. Addresses do not. Volumes One and Two visit a variety of locations: the first surf shop in Venice, an amusement park in Long Beach, etc. In Volume Three, released February 2017, the map expands to Lynwood pinstripers, Valley Village embroiderers for country stars, American Indians on Skid Row, etc.

The format of each book is consistent, and the stories are very short, to cover 40 addresses covering all time periods, subcultures and sections of the city, to make the invisible equal to the visible.

Where: Skylight Bookstore

Date: Wednesday the 15th               

Time: 7:30 pm

Address: 1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

Website: http://www.skylightbooks.com/event/sam-sweet-presents-all-night-menu-volume-three

Conversations: Immersive Journalism at Hammer Museum

Nonny de la Pena, founder of Emblematic Group, uses digital reality technologies to tell important stories , both fictional and news-based, that create intense, empathetic engagement on the part of viewers. Called the Godmother of Virtual Reality by Engadget and the Guardian, she was also named by Fast Company “One of the People Who Made the World More Creative.”

Where: Hammer Museum

Date: Wednesday the 15th

Time: 7:30 pm

Address: 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024

Websitehttp://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2017/02/immersive-journalism-nonny-de-la-pena/

Robin Coste Lewis at Otis Visiting Writers Series  

Robin Coste Lewis won the National Book award for Voyage of the Sable Venus. Her writing has appeared in The Massachusetts Review, Callaloo, The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review, VIDA, Phantom Limb and elsewhere. She as taught at Wheaton, Hunter, Hampshire, and the NYU Low-Residency MFA in Paris. She is a Fellow of Cave Canem and of the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities, as well as a Provost’s Fellow in Poetry and Visual Studies at USC.

Where: The Forum, Goldsmith Campus, Otis College

Date: Wednesday the 15th

Time: 7:30 pm

Address: 9045 Lincoln Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045

Website: http://www.otis.edu/mfa-writing/visiting-writers-series

Read to Me Open Mic at the Last Bookstore

 

Please join us for our Read to Me Open Mic held every third Wednesday and hosted by Jenny Funkmeyer.

You are invited to read from your own or others’published work. Readers will have five minutes and sign up at the Name Drop box.

Where: The Last Bookstore

Date: Wednesday the 15th

Time: 7 pm

Address: 453 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013

Websitehttp://lastbookstorela.com/#events

UC Riverside Celebrates 40th Anniversary Writers Week

Join the longest-running, free literary event in California, where award-winning authors will discuss their work during a three-day event, February 14-16, 2017. Highlights include: Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o, often mentioned as a potential Nobel Laureate, receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award; National Book Award in Poetry winner Robin Coste-Lewis; and Los Angeles Poet Laureate Luis J. Rodriguez.

Event and parking are FREE!

DAY 3 SCHEDULE:

10:30  Rachelle Cruz is the author of God’s Will for Monsters, Self-Portrait as Rumor and Blood, and is co-editor with Melissa Sipin in Kuwento: Lost Things, an anthology of Philippine Myths. Her work has appeared in many journals. She hosts The Blood-Jet Writing Hour on Blog Talk Radio and is the podcast editor at The Collagist.

11:30  Ruth Nolan, whose debut poetry chapbook Ruby Mountain was published in 2016, also won an award form Sequestrum Magazine for her short story Palimpset, published in LA Fiction Anthology: Southland Stories. Her nonfiction book Fire on the Mojave: Stories from the Deserts and Mountains of Inland Southern California is forthcoming in 2017. She is also the editor of No Place for a Puritan: The Literature of California’s Deserts.

12:30  Emily Rapp Black wrote Poster Child: A Memoir and The Still Point of the Turning World. She has received numerous awards and recognition for her work, and is an assistant professor of writing at UCR.

1:30  David Hernandez whose most recent collection of poetry is Dear, Sincerely, is also the author of the award-winning books Hoodwinked, Always Danger, and A House Waiting for Music. He was awarded an NEA Literature Fellowship and two Pushcart Prizes. He teaches creative writing at CSU Long Beach.

2:30  Allison Adelle Hedge Coke is the 2016 Library of Congress Witter Bynner Fellow, and has written numerous books and edited many poetry anthologies including Streaming, Off-Season City Pipe, and Dog Road Woman, which all won prestigious awards. She is a distinguished professor of creative writing at UCR.

3:30  Robin Coste Lewis won the National Book Award for Poetry in 2015 for her collection Voyage of the Sable Venus. She is a Provost Fellow in Poetry and Visual Studies at USC, and is also a Cave Canem fellow and a fellow of the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities.

5:00  Ngugi wa Thiong’o is a Kenyan novelist, essayist, and playwright who has been publishing dynamic work since the 1960s. He has written more than 25 works, been translated into more than 30 languages, and has received many honors, including the 2001 Nonino International Prize for literature. His 2006 novel Wizard of the Crow was published to global acclaim. He is a distinguished professor of English and literature at UC Irvine.

6:00  Closing reception

Where: CHASS Interdisciplinary Building South 1128, UCR campus

Date: Thursday the 16th /Day 3           

Time: 9 am – 8:30 pm

Address: 900 University Ave., Riverside, CA 92521

Website: http://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/43590

The Swap at Vroman’s Bookstore 

 

Nancy Boyarsky discusses and signs The Swap, a novel about a summer-long swap of a Los Angeles condo for a London couple’s house, which seems to be the perfect arrangement for all involved. But things don’t turn out as expected and confrontations turn deadly.

Where: Vroman’s Bookstore

Date: Thursday the 16th

Time: 7 pm

Address: 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101

Website:  http://www.vromansbookstore.com/event/nancy-boyarsky-discusses-and-signs-swap                           

Lynn Doran at Pages Bookstore

Join us to hear Lynn Doran discuss and sign her new photography book OMO – Images of the Omo Valley Tribes. The extraordinary tribes and vanishing cultures pulled her to the Omo Valley, in the Great Rift Valley of Southwest Ethiopia, one of the world’s last extensive tribal lands which remains so remote that National Geographic calls it  “Africa’s last Frontier.”

RSVPs are appreciated.

Where: Pages Bookstore

Date: Thursday the 9th

Time: 7 pm

Address: 126 Manhattan Ave., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Websitehttp://www.pagesabookstore.com/event/lynn-doran-omo-event

Elan Mastai at Vroman’s Bookstore

Join us to hear Elon Mastai discuss and sign All Our Wrongs Today, the story of the future that people in the 1950s imagined we’d have, happening in Tom Barren’s 2016. What happens when he finds himself trapped in a techno-utopian paradise, but triggers changes in the universe itself, as well as his own life? Filled with humor and heart this author has a mind-bending talent for invention.

Where: Vroman’s Bookstore

Date: Thursday the 9th

Time: 7 pm

Address: 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101

Websitehttp://www.vromansbookstore.com/event/elan-mastai-discusses-and-signs-all-our-wrong-todays

Steve Erickson at Skylight Books

Join us to hear Steve Erickson read from his forthcoming novel Shadowbahn, a prescient book about a divided USA and a winding, reckless drive through intersections of danger, destiny, and the conjoined halves of a ruptured nation. He works his magic by conjuring sci-fi-ish plotlines and then having characters move across them in more or less realistic ways, and through the  whole swirl, more or less, of American history.

Erickson is the author of nine other novels, writes for journals and periodicals, including Los Angeles Magazine, where he writes about film and television, and currently teaches at UC Riverside.

Where: Skylight Bookstore

Date: Thursday the 16th

Time: 7:30 pm

Address: 1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

Website:  http://www.skylightbooks.com/event/carrie-arcos-reads-her-young-adult-novel-crazy-messy-beautiful

Lisa Dickey at Book Soup

Author Lisa Dickey discusses and signs Bears in the Streets: Three Journeys Across a Changing Russia. Dickey traveled across the whole of Russia three times in 1995, 2005, and 2015, making friends in eleven different cities, coming back again and again to see how their lives had changed. Like the acclaimed British documentary Seven Up! she traces the ups and downs of ordinary people’s lives, in the process painting a deeply nuanced portrait of modern Russia. Along the way she explores dramatic changes in everything from technology to social norms, and learns firsthand what Russians really feel about Vladimir Putin.

Where: Book Soup

Date: Friday the 17th

Time: 7 pm

Address: 8818 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Websitehttp://www.booksoup.com/event/lisa-dickey-discusses-and-signs-bears-streets-three-journeys-across-changing-russia

One Night Ennui at Art Share LA  

 

Please join us for an impromptu improve, spoken word, variety show in the heart of the arts district. Art Share LA is an amazing venue with a huge FREE parking lot across the street. Come check us out and be part of O.N.E. Improv Poetry Jam.

$10 donation suggested.

Hosted by Terence Leclere.

Where: Art Share LA

Date: Friday the 17th

Time: 8 pm – 10 pm

Address: 801 East Fourth Place, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Website: http://artsharela.org/event/one-night-ennui-art-share-l-a/

Un::fade::able-Workshop at Art Share LA

Like its predecessor, The Requiem for Sandra Bland, un::fade::able is an effort to keep Sandra Bland’s voice and legacy alive through education, music and poetry, all revolving around topics of: the safety of black lives, the criminal justice system, and police brutality. Curated by F. Douglas Brown, and assisted by a team of educators, community organizers, poets and musicians, these reading series and workshops will continue so we never forget the events that took the life of Sandra Bland. In her name, we ACT.

Donations encouraged.

Where: Art Share LA

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 10 am – 12 pm

Address: 801 East 4th Place, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Website: http://www.facebook.com/events/634273956775678/   or  http://artsharela.org/event/unfadeable-workshop-art-share-l-a/                                

Children’s Author at Vroman’s Bookstore–Children’s Event

Join us as Andrea Loney presents and signs Bunnybear. Although Bunnybear was born a bear, he feels more like a bunny. The other bears don’t understand him, and neither do the bunnies. Will he ever find a friend who likes him just the way he is?

Where: Vroman’s Bookstore

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 10:30 am

Address: 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101

Website:  http://www.vromansbookstore.com/event/andrea-loney-presents-and-signs-bunnybear

Children’s Author Event at Manhattan Beach Library–Children’s Event

Louis Thomas presents his brand new children’s book Hug It Out. Thomas graduated from Gobelins, Paris, and Cal arts, Los Angeles in 2012. He then worked full-time in Californian animation studios before returning to France. He currently lives and works with his cat Pipo in his art studio, found between the Pantheon and the Luxembourg Gardens of Paris.

This book is a funny, fresh take on sibling rivalry, compromise and conflict resolution, as two sparring siblings are forces to “hug it out.”

Where: Manhattan Beach Library (Pages Bookstore offsite event)

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 11 am

Address: 1320 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Websitehttp://www.pagesabookstore.com/event/louis-thomas-childrens-author-event

Amy Ephron at Book Soup    

Join us for a “Tea Party” with Amy Ephron & Laraine Newman, as Amy presents and signs The Castle in the Mist. In the tradition of Edward Eager and E.L. Konigsberg, this novel is about the excitement and the dangers of wishing. In a magical fantasy world that blurs the line between reality and imagination, readers are left to wonder exactly what they’d wish for if wishes could come true.

Refreshments will be served.

Where: Book Soup

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 2 pm

Address: 8818 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Website:  http://www.booksoup.com/event/“tea-party”-amy-ephron-laraine-newman-amy-presents-and-signs-castle-mist

SPECTRUM 9 Poets at Saturday Afternoon Poetry

Please join us as we feature poets published in SPECTRUM 9: EKPHRASTIC POEM TIME!

Curated by: Don Kingfisher Campbell.

Where: Santa Catalina Branch Library, Pasadena Public Library

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 3 pm

Address: 999 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena, CA

Website:  http://saturdayafternoonpoetry.blogspot.com/

Mystery Authors at Gatsby’s Bookstore

Mystery  authors Janet Lynn and Will Zeilinger present and sign copies of their new mystery Desert Ice. Published authors Zeilinger and Lynn had been writing individually until they got together and wrote the Skylar Drake mystery series. These hard-boiled tales are based in old Hollywood of 1955, and their world travels have sparked several ideas for murder and crime stories. This creative couple is married and live in Southern California.

Where: Gatsby’s Books

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 3 pm – 5 pm

Address: 5535 E. Spring St., Long Beach, CA 90408

Website:  http://gatsbybooks.com/book-signings/

Authors Reading at the dA Center for the Arts

The fantastic reading features the much-lauded poets Christopher Buckley, Gary Young, and rising star Brandon Williams. Make sure to make this reading, as the San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival is one of the events of the year.

Hosted by: John Brantingham.

Where: The dA center for the Arts

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 7 pm – 9 pm

Address: 252 south Main St., #D, Pomona, CA 91766

Website: http://www.facebook.com/events/141554026354575/

Scott Wannberg, the Lummox Years at Beyond Baroque

For ten years the late Scott Wannberg, the ambassador of YES! was a regular contributor to the Lummox Press. Join us for a celebration with his friends and other surprises. Food, drinks, and copies of books available. Regular admission.

Where: Beyond Baroque

Date: Saturday the 18th

Time: 8 pm

Address: 681 N. Venice Blvd., Venice, CA 90291

Website:  http://www.beyondbaroque.org/calendar.html

Moonday Poetry at Flintridge Bookstore

This program presents poets Amy Uyematsu and Lucia Galloway reading their work.

Amy Uyematsu’s latest poetry collection is Basic Vocabulary which confronts today’s complex world of drone warfare and post-911 unease with boldness, candor and insight.

Lucia Galloway is the author of Venus and Other Losses, and a chapbook collection, Playing Outside. She co-curates the Friends of the Claremont Library Poetry Readings.

Where: Flintridge Bookstore

Date: Sunday the 19th

Time: 4 pm

Address: 1010 Foothill Blvd., La Canada, CA 91011

Website:  http://www.flintridgebooks.com/

Launch at Beyond Baroque

This new monthly program, Lunch BB 30, brings together writers of prose, poetry and creative non-fiction. Hosted by: Jon Hess.

Where: Beyond Baroque

Date: Sunday the 19th

Time: 4:30 pm

Address: 681 N. Venice Blvd., Venice, CA 90291

Website:  http://beyondbaroque.org/calendar.html

Running for Trap Doors at Skylight Books

Author Joanna Hoffman reads from her collection Running for Trap Doors. In her debut full-length poetry collection she navigates family dynamics, lesbian bars, religion, emoticons, and inner demons, and begins to see her world and the characters in it in a new light, and gradually learns to get out of her own way.

Where: Skylight Bookstore

Date: Sunday the 19th

Time: 5 pm

Address: 1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027

Website:  http://www.skylightbooks.com/eventjoanna-hoffman-reads-her-poetry-collection-running-trap-doors/

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