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Carolyn Kellogg

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  • Jonah Lehrer jumps from Wired to the New Yorker

    Popular writer Jonah Lehrer, who focuses on the science of the mind, moves from Wired to the New Yorker.
  • Secret codes, the Trystero: A mysterious Thomas Pynchon hunt

    Stickers marked with the Trystero symbol from Thomas Pynchon's "The Crying of Lot 49" and a coded URL are hidden nationwide. But what do they mean?

    It started as a book: 'Savages' by Don Winslow

    Don Winslow's novel "Savages" is now a movie -- and it's got a prequel on shelves now too.

    Can writing be taught? David Ulin and Carolyn Kellogg discuss

    In the video chat below, L.A. Times book critic David L. Ulin and books staff writer Carolyn Kellogg try to decide if creative writing can be taught. As hundreds of thousands tackle NaNoWriMo, we wonder what it takes to make a writer a writer. Is it...

    One of the 'Gun Guys'

    One of the 'Gun Guys'
    Dan Baum has an agenda. He wants you to listen to the guys who like guns — particularly if you are an NPR-listening, Whole Foods-shopping progressive. That's how you could describe Baum, a former New Yorker staff writer and lefty down the line...