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  • Scott Brown calling: Chicago, Florida

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama isn't the only one making an end run around the Capital Beltway bubble of pundits and power with his "Main Street'' campaigns for his economic stimulus and healthcare reforms -- stumping in Ohio, Pennsylvania......
  • Former LA Weekly editor is back in print with Slake

     
    Coming from Los Angeles on June 30: a new literary magazine, Slake. It contains work by Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer Jonathan Gold, "House of Leaves" novelist Mark Z. Danielewski and author of the drugs-and-Alf memoir "Permanent Midnight" Jerry...
  • Writing restored: Slaking their thirst for longform journalism

     
    It's hard to ignore the death knell: “Print is dead.” As editorial dollars dwindle and people now express themselves in 140 characters or less, literature gasps for air, pale, waning. Laurie Ochoa and Joe Donnelly, formerly editor in chief and de...
  • Mona Simpson and the L.A. Times bestseller list

     
    Mona Simpson's "My Hollywood," a layered, literary take on motherhood and nannyhood, enters the L.A. Times bestseller list this week at No. 11. Simpson, who lives in Santa Monica, told Susan Salter Reynolds about what inspired her to create Lola,......
  • L.A. Times bestsellers, featuring Rosanne Cash

     
    Anyone who follows Rosanne Cash on Twitter knows she's funny, candid and smart. "Must check celebrity health & beauty blogs to discern inability to sleep. Probably repressing inner Goddess or not eating enough seaweed," she Tweeted earlier this week,...
  • Lit Crawl: The view from the stage

     
    Saturday night, 11 authors took the stage at Los Angeles' second Lit Crawl, a read-off followed by a round of drinks at five bars in the neighborhood. Above, finalist Allison Burnett, center, accepts applause as Charles Day, a Lit Crawl......
  • L.A. Times bestsellers and Chateau Marmont

     
    Although what's hip in Hollywood changes faster than you can say "paparazzi," there's one destination that's been consistently starlit since it opened in 1931: the Chateau Marmont hotel. That's why it makes it into the title of Lauren Weisberger's new.......
  • Bestsellers, Sept 26: The girl with the Franzen tattoo?

     
    Jonathan Franzen and his new novel, "Freedom," top our fiction bestseller list for the third week running, keeping perennial bestseller Stieg Larsson at bay. Larsson's Millennium Trilogy is doing fine -- "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest" is at......
  • Attention: Broke writers

     
    It’s hard to work on a novel when the chick next to you is slurping a latte and that guy playing World of Warcraft is using all the outlets. Not to mention, you come home stinking like French Roast. If you’re a (broke) writer in need of respite,...
  • The Agenda: Slake at the Hammer tonight

     
    L.A. literati, venture to UCLA's Hammer museum for a celebration of the second issue of Slake: Los Angeles, a quarterly journal comprising all things “curious, fictional, poetic, political and philosophical.” Editors Laurie Ochoa and Joe Donnelly...