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Catherine Opie: Portraits at The Hammer Museum

Literary Affairs partners with Art Muse LA to present a 90-minute gallery discussion on representation in literary and visual arts.

Catherine Opie: Portraits at The Hammer Museum
posted on: Feb 8, 2016 | author:

Book of the Month: My Name is Lucy Barton

Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout shows how a simple hospital visit becomes a portal to the most tender relationship of all — the one between mother and daughter.

Book of the Month: My Name is Lucy Barton
posted on: Jan 31, 2016 | author:

A Conversation with Rabbi David Wolpe

Rabbi David Wolpe is the internationally renowned leader of Sinai Temple. Newsweek called him “the most influential Rabbi in America…”

A Conversation with Rabbi David Wolpe
posted on: Jan 20, 2016 | author:

Book of the Month: A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding

In her debut novel – selected as our January Book of the Month – understanding and compassion are the gifts Jackie Copelton gives to her readers.

Book of the Month: A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding
posted on: Jan 5, 2016 | author:

Tales of Love and Obsession – A Three-Part Series

Join Literary Affairs and Professor Charles Lynn Batten as we explore the nature of love and obsession in three novels from the 20th century.

Tales of Love and Obsession – A Three-Part Series
posted on: Dec 8, 2015 | author:

Book of the Month: Did You Ever Have a Family

Did You Ever Have a Family by Bill Clegg will break your heart and might even bring you to tears.

Book of the Month: Did You Ever Have a Family
posted on: Dec 3, 2015 | author:

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