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Aimee Bender discusses “The Butterfly Lampshade”

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Beach=Culture: Life’s a Beach

Melissa Valentine in conversation with Ingrid Rojas Contreras

Nandi Taylor discusses “Given”

David Hill, in conversation with Clark Duke, discusses “The Vapors”

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Juli Delgado Lopera discusses “Fiebre Tropical” with Michelle Tea

Jordan Blashek and Christopher Haugh discuss “Union”

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The El Segundo Public Library presents “A Virtual Grown-Up Show & Tell”

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Kate Stayman-London, in conversation with Morgan Matson, discusses “One to Watch”

Anna David, in conversation with Lisa Smith, discusses “Make Your Mess Your Memoir”

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Jeffrey Toobin discusses “True Crimes and Misdemeanors” in conversation with Scott Turow

Nelson George, in conversation with Lynell George, discusses “The Darkest Hearts”

Chiquis Rivera, in conversation with Evelyn Sicairos, presents “Chiquis Keto”

Colin Dickey discusses “The Unidentified” with Emily Yoshida, Tess Lynch, and Molly Lambert

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Daniel Kraus, in conversation with Grady Hendrix, discusses “The Living Dead”

Morgan Jerkins discusses “Wandering in Strange Lands” with Soraya Nadia McDonald

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Karolina Waclawiak discusses “Life Events” with Roxane Gay

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Ask A Bookseller on August 7th

David Sheff discusses “The Buddhist on Death Row”

Jeff Hobbs, in conversation with Steve Lopez, discusses “Show Them You’re Good”

Book Soup and the ACLU present Ellis Cose and Hector Villagra discussing Democracy, If We Can Keep It: The ACLU’s 100-Year Fight for Rights in America

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Julian E. Zelizer, in conversation with David Cross, discusses Burning Down the House

Christina Hammonds Reed discusses “The Black Kids” with Brandy Colbert

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Ian Svenonius, in conversation with Henry Rollins, discusses “The Psychic Soviet”

Bradley Garrett discusses “Bunker” with Geoff Manaugh

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Akwaeke Emezi discusses “The Death of Vivek Oji”

Catherine Lacey discusses “Pew” with Jonathan Lethem

I Read Your Book And…with Harry Gamboa, Jr.

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Shruti Swamy, in conversation with Rachel Khong, discusses “A House Is a Body: Stories”

Patrick Howell, Tori Reid, Tom Lutz, and Mobolaji Olambiwonnu discuss “Dispatches from the Vanguard”

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American Horror Stories: Horror as a Reflection of Our Country’s Ills in Times of Unrest

Write Left 2020: Lefthanded Poets Reading

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Mike Davis and Jon Wiener discuss “Set the Night on Fire” in conversation with Erin Aubry Kaplan and Danny Widener

Lauren Sandler, in conversation with John Williams, discusses “This Is All I Got: A New Mother’s Search for Home”

Jokes and poems with Mike Birbiglia and J. Hope Stein

Sara Schaefer discusses “Grand: A Memoir”

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Terrell Carter, in conversation with Ta’Ronda Jones, discusses “Problem Child”

Claire Phillips discusses “A Room with a Darker View” with Emily Rapp Black

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Brett Gurewitz, Greg Graffin, Jay Bentley, Brian Baker, & co-author Jim Ruland discuss “Do What You Want: The Story of Bad Religion”

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Charles Rosenberg, in conversation with Alexandra Petri, discusses “The Day Lincoln Lost”

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Alex Richards & Liz Lawson in conversation about their latest releases “Accidental and The Lucky Ones”

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E=Mc2Bodied Poetry Workshop Reading

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Vanessa R. Schwartz discusses “Jet Age Aesthetic” with Britt Salvesen

Jon Wiener discusses “Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the 60s”

3 events,

DJ Waldie discusses “Becoming Los Angeles”

2 events,

Makenna Goodman discusses “The Shame” with Kathryn Scanlan

Gail Tsukiyama discusses “The Color of Air”

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Myla Goldberg discusses “Feast Your Eyes”

Susan Hough, in conversation with Henry Fountain (Author and NY Times Reporter), discusses “The Great Quake Debate”

Jonathan L. Friedmann discusses “Jewish Los Angeles”

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