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  • Jonathan Evison on hitting bottom and becoming a writer [video]

    Jonathan Evison on hitting bottom and becoming a writer [video]
    Bestselling novelist Jonathan Evison dropped by our video booth at the L.A. Times Festival of Books to talk with L.A. Times columnist Robin Abcarian about "The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving," his novel that has just been released in paperback.  The...
  • Naomi Hirahara on her Japanese American sleuth, Mas Arai [Video]

    Naomi Hirahara on her Japanese American sleuth, Mas Arai [Video]
    Edgar Award-winning author Naomi Hirahara published her first Mas Arai mystery in 2004; the series starring the Japanese American gardener and crime solver is now on its fifth novel, "Strawberry Yellow." She visited our video booth at the L.A. Times...
  • Alex Espinoza on the romance of old Hollywood [video]

    Alex Espinoza on the romance of old Hollywood [video]
    Alex Espinoza's new novel, "The Five Acts of Diego Leon," is the story of a fictional Mexican American actor who becomes one Hollywood studio's Latin Lover -- like Rudolph Valentino -- in the late 1920s and early 1930s. "Through cunning, wit, and a...
  • John Scalzi on e-books and returning to 'Old Man's War' [video]

    John Scalzi on e-books and returning to 'Old Man's War' [video]
    John Scalzi's appearance at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books was preceded by a visit to our video booth, where he talked about his new project, a return to his "Old Man's War" series. Fans may have already read much of the fifth book, "The...
  • 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....