Panel Discussion with Bernard Cooper, Joyce Farmer, Lynell George, Marisela Norte, and Michael Tolkin. Moderated by David L. Ulin, Los Angeles Times book critic
Part of Pacific Standard Time, Los Angeles Art 1945-1980
Literary Los Angeles has always existed apart from our country’s publishing capital—3,000 miles apart, to be exact. What does this distance offer writers and book artists? What are the freedoms and the challenges of being outside the traditions and trends of literature? A panel of L.A. writers—authors of fiction, essays, graphic novels, screenplays, and poetry—delve into these questions, considering their impact on both the individual and the community.
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