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    Podcast | October 16, 2018

    The Library Book

    Susan Orlean

    Join us for a special program on the 25th anniversary of the reopening of the Los Angeles Central Library that…

    Podcast | October 11, 2018

    History of Violence: A Novel

    Édouard Louis

    “Édouard Louis uses literature as a weapon,” says a recent New York Timesprofile of the internationally bestselling French author. Louis, whose…

    Podcast | October 11, 2018

    How to Cover the World: The Promise and Peril of Journalism in the Digital Age

    Joel Simon, Gerard Ryle

    Technology has made possible new forms of transnational investigative journalism and fueled the rise of new digital media organizations in…

    Podcast | September 20, 2018

    There, There: A Novel

    Tommy Orange

    Tommy Orange’s There There is an extraordinary portrait of America like we’ve never seen before. Orange, an enrolled member of…

    Podcast | September 17, 2018

    The Browns of California: The Family Dynasty that Transformed a State and Shaped a Nation

    Miriam Pawel and Kathleen Brown

    Miriam Pawel, the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and author of the definitive biography, The Crusades of Cesar Chavez, continues to chronicle…


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