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There, she and her husband, Luke, started Woodson Ridge Farm. It was released in October of and is set to be as treasured a cookbook as its predecessor. Herts is a native of the Arkansas Delta region. Kennedy School of Government. He also recently received a gubernatorial appointment to the Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Services.
Previously, Dr. Herts holds a Ph. He also holds a M. Toni Hetzel has been a lifelong avid reader. She has been a road warrior for Random House books for more than 17 years, and worked in a bookstore for many years prior. She lives in Decatur, GA, with her family. Jesse J. Holland is also a race and ethnicity writer for The Associated Press as well as a former White House, Supreme Court and congressional reporter.
He served as the visiting distinguished professor of ethics in journalism at the University of Arkansas and currently teaches creative nonfiction at New York University, Georgetown University and at Goucher College. Holland is also the weekend host for C-Span Washington Journal. He lives in Maryland. Twenty three years ago Kimberly Willis Holt stopped talking about wanting to be a writer and started to pursue her dream. She writes and gardens in Texas. Hossfeld has extensive experience examining rural poverty and economic restructuring and has made two presentations to the United States Congress and one to the North Carolina Legislature on job loss and rural economic decline.
Judy Hottensen has been the Associate Publisher of Grove Atlantic since , where she has spent over two decades in various roles. Peter Houlahan is a freelance writer contributing to a wide range of publications. In his career as an emergency medical technician, he has written a number of articles related to his profession, including the impact of PTSD on first responders.
Born in Deep Run, NC to a farming household, Vivian Howard learned early on to appreciate the ebb and flow of eating with the seasons. Jeffery B. He earned his Ph. He earned a M. He has a B. History series, and the upcoming work, Our Western World. Lisa Howorth was born and grew up in Washington, D. In Oxford in , she and her husband founded Square Books, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary in September, Bronwen Hruska is the Publisher of Soho Press, an award-winning independent publisher of literary fiction, international crime fiction and young adult fiction.
Before joining Soho eleven years ago, Bronwen worked as a journalist and screenwriter. Her novel, Accelerated, was published by Pegasus Books in The Talented Ribkins is her first novel. Tim Huggins is the founder of Newtonville Books, as well as cofounder of the writers-and-musicians series, Earfull. He now lives with his family in West Newton, Massachusetts. He lives in Cold Spring, New York. Timothy T. Isbell, Gulfport, Mississippi, is an author and freelance photojournalist. Born and raised in the Mississippi Delta town of Rosedale, Linda Williams Jackson likes to spin stories about ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
Her debut middle grade historical novel, Midnight Without a Moon , is about an ordinary thirteen-year-old African-American girl, Rose Lee Carter, who must make an extraordinary decision after the murder of Emmett Till. Jackson currently makes her home in Southaven, Mississippi. She shares this home with her husband and three children. His middle grade caper novel, The Great Greene Heist , has been named to over twenty-five state reading and best-of lists.
In addition, Varian has written for the Spirit Animals: Fall of the Beasts middle-grade fantasy series as well as novels and short stories for YA audiences. Varian lives outside of Austin, TX with his family. In this role, she creates and facilitates workshops on unconscious bias and privilege. The Project seeks to find new and innovate ways to address diversity without increasing division. Yvette is also a filmmaker and public speaker. Stephen Mack Jones is a published poet, an award-winning playwright, and a recipient of the prestigious Kresge Arts in Detroit Literary Fellowship.
He worked in advertising and marketing communications for a number of years before turning to fiction. Pamela D. Formerly the director of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, she has more than 19 years of experience as a museum professional. Pamela recognizes the importance of telling the absolute truth when interpreting the history of those who fought and died for change in the South. Slovenian lawyer Margerita Jurkovic, who knew absolutely nothing about American football when she arrived in Jackson, Mississippi, for Law School, has penned a memoir sure to captivate the most ardent of fans.
From taking the reader to high-octane college venues such as Oxford and Starkville to equally electric high-school games at Pearl and Madison-Ridgeland Academy, the fast-paced, easy-to-read narrative puts the reader on the sidelines as the young lawyer gets an education not to be found in a textbook by law professor and mentor Mike Frascogna, Jr. Yet the book serves as much, much more than just a weekly tailgate recap.
Opening her mind to learning everything she can about what makes Mississippians tick, the lifelong European soon comes to admire many aspects of Southern culture and tradition. Jurkovic will appear at the Mississippi Book Festival and looks forward to a book tour that will crisscross the state of Mississippi and reach into parts of Alabama, Louisiana, and Tennessee.
The expected release date of Margerita Gridiron Adventure is August 1, Originally from the Jersey Shore, he lives in Starkville, Mississippi, where he codirects the creative writing program at Mississippi State University. From her Pulaski, Tennessee, birthplace to her current post as CEO of Belle Meade Winery, Sheree has been a steadfast steward of the disappearing art of fine baking in the Southern home. Jodi is a former wildlife journalist and current full-time non-profit development leader. She lives in New York City, where she continues to write books and is active with several animal rescue non-profits.
You can learn more about Jodi on her website www. Harrison has spoken at hundreds of festivals, bookstores, conferences, variety shows, and universities around the country, as well as retirement communities and at least one religious organization whose members were perfectly courteous up until the end. He holds an M. He teaches AP literature and creative writing at St. Sam Kleiner is a historian and lawyer in New York City. Michael Knight is the author of three novels, three collections of short stories, and a book of novellas.
He lives Knoxville with his wife and two daughters and teaches creative writing at the University of Tennessee. Jamie Kornegay is the author of the novel Soil. His first narrative nonfiction book was The White Cascade , a book about the Wellington avalanche. Combine that with a Masters of Science in Sports Administration, as well as coaching experience at the high school and collegiate levels, and it is easy to see why Paul is one of the premier performance specialists in the United States. Mississippi has always possessed a distinctive medical sense of place, with its history strongly influenced by its sultry climate as well as native and imported diseases.
This magnificently illustrated book offers a unique array of rare photographs and historical images as well as compelling essays by Dr. Over two decades in the making, this book will prove essential to anyone interested in the medicine in the state. The story of medicine is the story of men and women and their endeavors to care for their patients and advance their profession. The work of this Committee is done in honor and memory of Mississippi physicians, without whom this history would not have been possible.
He designed the current version of Photographs: Updated and Expanded by Eudora Welty that was released in April of Ariel Lawhon is a critically acclaimed author of historical fiction. She is the co-founder of SheReads. Both pets are, thankfully, girls. As a journalist, he has written more than a thousand newspaper and magazine articles from more than two dozen countries.
He is contributing writer for Science and contributing editor for Archaeology. Most recently, he wrote and hosted the feature documentary Fermented. He lives in Louisville and Washington, D. Follow Edward on Instagram and Twitter chefedwardlee. He lives with his family in Brandon, Mississippi. Saul A. The series has been optioned for film and television and the foreign rights have sold in multiple countries. Lelchuk holds a B. He divides his time between California and New Hampshire. His first novel, In the Fall, was a national bestseller.
Lent lives with his wife and two daughters in central Vermont. Sara A.
She is associate editor of the Oxford American. His novel is forthcoming from W. He is also the author of the stand-alone novels, Fresh Kills and Bloodroot, set in his hometown of Staten Island. His short fiction and non-fiction have appeared in several anthologies. Robby Luckett received his BA in political science from Yale University and his PhD from the University of Georgia with a focus on modern civil rights movement history.
His book, Joe T. Along with several publications and presentations at numerous academic conferences, he has appeared in documentaries, including the Independent Lens film Spies of Mississippi as well as An Ordinary Hero about the life of Joan Trumpauer Mulhollhand. He has three children: Silas, Hazel, and Flip. Ebony O. Lumumba is an associate professor and department chair of English at Tougaloo College.
She received her Ph. She specializes in postcolonial literatures of the Global South and representational equity in film culture in her research, academic publications, and instruction. Desiring a graduate degree in history and wanting to further pursue his interests in examining the civil rights movement, he entered the Graduate School at the University of Mississippi in For the last six years, Dalton has been teaching U. He spent more than fourteen years with a national recognized environmental contracting firm as a senior executive overseeing sales, marketing and field operations.
Prior to that, he worked as an environmental scientist at the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. His book Blues Musicians of the Mississippi Delta combines his lifelong passion for music, photography, and history. Rebecca Mark, the Chair of the English Department and Director of the Center for Academic Equity at Tulane University is a scholar and Professor whose research addresses southern writing and cultural representations of trauma.
He lives in rural Washington. Bob Marovich is a gospel music historian, author, and radio host. Bob writes about classic and contemporary gospel music as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Gospel Music www. He lives in Chicago with his wife, author and educator Laurel Delaney, and their two cats. Though she has now retired from the faculty of Millsaps College, Marrs continues to serve as Welty Foundation Scholar-in-Residence at the Eudora Welty House and has a number of projects in the offing.
John F. Marszalek is the executive director of the Ulysses S. Grant, published in by the University Press of Mississippi. He is also the winner of numerous awards for his long time work in the American Civil War, Biography, Jacksonian America, and African American history. For more information, see www. She is the owner of TwentybyJenny. Clara attended Vanderbilt University where she received a B.
Jimmi Mayes was born in Jackson, MS. During his high school years he performed in Mississippi Juke Joints with touring groups and after graduating from high school he left to pursue his career as a musician. Before he was twenty-one he was performing and touring with musicians who were legends in the business. Jimmi Mayes became a highly sought after drummer and an expert with the shuffle. He became good friends with Jimi Hendrix and eventually he was asked by Jimi Hendrix to record with him. During this time he cut tracts for a movie sound-tract and a compilation album on CBS Records.
After the Mexico work he returned to Chicago and was hired to back Jimmy Reed for several shows. He is a member of the Mississippi Artist Roster. His latest album will be released in by Mississippi Delta Records. King recording studio located on the MVSU campus. The album features Jimmi Mayes on drums and vocals. Panny Flautt Mayfield, a lifelong resident of the Mississippi Delta, is an award-winning journalist who has been photographing blues and gospel musicians at festivals, clubs, churches, and juke joints for decades.
Her collections have been exhibited in museums across the United States and Europe and have earned critical acclaim from Aperture magazine. She is at work on her next, which received the gold medal for the William Faulkner Novel-in-Progress. She lives on a hundred acres outside of Nashville, TN. Charline R. She holds a Ph. She has co-edited a series of books with Judy H. You can visit her at AlisonMcGhee. Brian D. McLaren, a former pastor and English teacher, writes and speaks about the intersection of faith and contemporary life. Learn more at brianmclaren. She writes full time now in Pass Christian, Mississippi.
Diane C. McPhail is an artist, writer, and minister. She lives in Highlands, North Carolina, with her husband, Ray. None of her degrees have anything to do with writing. Before her current life as a writer, she worked in finance and non-profit program management.
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She now writes full-time and is hard at work on the next one. She lives in Memphis, Tennessee with her husband and three daughters. Ellen B. Meacham is a Tennessee native and a longtime resident of Mississippi. She is the author of the book, Delta Epiphany: Robert F.
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Kennedy in Mississippi and has been a working journalist for more than two decades and has taught journalism at her alma mater, the University of Mississippi, since Meacham is also a former fellow with the American Association of Newspaper Editors, selected as one of only 20 journalism educators in the nation. Jon Meacham is a Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential historian.
Meacham lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Greg Michalson is co-publisher of Unbridled Books. He spent twenty years with the Missouri Review. He is the author of numerous short stories and articles and has co-edited a number of books. He is also the author of a book on fish and game cookery, The Wild Chef, and competed in the Dakar Rally, an off-road race through Africa.
Mary Miller grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. She is a former James A. She lives in Oxford, Mississippi with her husband, Lucky, and her dog, Winter. The stories of Clarion-Ledger investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell have helped put four Klansmen and a suspected serial killer behind bars. His stories have also exposed injustices and corruption in Mississippi, helping lead to investigations, exonerations, firings and reforms of state agencies. American photographer Andrew Moore is widely acclaimed for his photographic series, made over many years, which record the effect of time on the natural and built landscape.
His newest project, Blue Alabama, includes an original story by the novelist Madison Smartt Bell, will be published in book form in the fall of His previous work, Dirt Meridian, was published in and includes a preface by the author Kent Haruf. The son of a cattleman and grandson of a butcher, Matt Moore is the quintessential Southern cook. Matt resides in Nashville with his family and is also a musician, pilot, adventure seeker, entrepreneur, Moonshine cologne creator, avid fisherman and a cast iron and wild game enthusiast.
A lifelong Mississippian, Morris is retired from the University Press of Mississippi, where she was executive editor for many years living in Jackson. She is the widow of the writer Willie Morris. Cody Morrison grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University. He began his career in book-selling in when Off Square Books, an annex of Square Books, was opened. He has been the adult book buyer at Square Books since Julie, a former librarian, is a fierce advocate for body positivity and is a full time writer living in Texas with her husband, dog, and two cats.
You can visit Julie at www. Photographer Ken Murphy lives and works in his lifelong hometown of Bay St. Louis, Miss. Murphy is leading the charge to reopen Dan B. Scott Naugle was born in Davidsville, Pennsylvania. He subsequently earned a Master of Liberal Studies Degree from Millsaps College and a Master of Arts degree from Tulane University where he also served as an adjunct professor for two years.
Scott has served on the Mississippi Book Festival board since its inception. He is also a board member of the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. If pushed, Scott will admit to several thousand books in his collection at home as a collector and reader of signed and first editions. Among his favorite authors are William H. Aimee Nezhukumatathil is the author of four books of poetry, most recently, Oceanic Copper Canyon. A collection of her nature essays is forthcoming from Milkweed.
She has written some of the most enduring fiction of our time, including the national bestsellers We Were the Mulvaneys , Blonde , which was nominated for the National Book Award, and the New York Times bestseller The Falls , which won the Prix Femina. Her most recent novel is A Book of American Martyrs. She is the Roger S. She created new recipes as well as reworking classic European desserts into low-fat, low-calories treats.
This work inspired her first cookbook, Sweet Nothings , Chronicle Books. Currently, she is a writer for the San Diego Union Tribune food section developing recipes and working with staff photographers as the food and prop stylist for her stories. She lives in Coronado, CA with her husband and two daughters. In a former life he owned a bookstore and thinks about that a lot. He and his ex-wife, the late Amy van Singel, published Living Blues in Chicago before turning it over to the University of Mississippi in In he participated in an international conference in Belgium celebrating the legacy of Charley Patton.
The talks form that conference were published in a book edited by Robert Sacre which has been revised and expanded in a new University Press of Mississippi edition, Charley Patton: Voice of the Mississippi Delta. From , she served as executive director of the Massachusetts Poetry Festival. She lives with her two children in Beverly, Massachusetts.
He assisted in the preparation of the Rothschild bibliographical catalog of William Somerset Maugham. She lived in New Orleans for several years and returns to southern Louisiana frequently. Between Two Skies is her debut novel. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband and children.
Owen studied for a decade with a New Mexican wise woman who blended contemplative practice, dreamwork, and nature spirituality rooted in the forests, arroyos, and mountains of the American Southwest. The practice of poetry and Zen was inseparable from this path of deeper inquiry…along with lots of green chiles and pan-fried tortillas.
Margaret Owen was born and raised at the end of the Oregon Trail, and now lives and writes in Seattle while negotiating a long-term hostage situation with her two monstrous cats. In her free time, she enjoys exploring ill-advised travel destinations and raising money for social justice nonprofits through her illustrations. She resides in Seattle, WA. You can find her on Twitter and on her website. Ted Ownby is professor of history and southern studies and director of the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi. Inspired by the landscape and flavors of his childhood on the Mississippi gulf coast, Timothy Pakron found his heart, soul, and calling in cooking the Cajun, Creole, and southern classics of his youth.
In his debut cookbook, he shares plant-based recipes, all of which substitute ingredients without sacrificing depth of flavor and reveal the secret tradition of veganism in southern cooking. Finding ways to re-create his experiences growing up in the South—making mud pies and admiring the deep pink azaleas—on the plate, Pakron looks to history and nature as his guides to creating the richest food possible. Filled with as many evocative photographs and stories as easy-to-follow recipes, Mississippi Vegan is an ode to the transporting and ethereal beauty of the food and places you love.
She was named one of the most influential people in the world by Time magazine. She worked many years in the music and entertainment business and is a graduate of the University of Alabama. The proud mother of two sons, eight bonus children, and eleven grandchildren, Lisa lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and their four-legged, furry daughter named Rosie.
A native of Memphis, Tenn. His post-graduate study included constitutional law, judicial process and political theory, particularly the work of Plato and Aristotle. His academic fields of interest include public law, political theory and American government. Over his career, Dr. Pearigen has served as a secondary school teacher and trustee and in higher education as a professor, dean of students and vice president for university relations. As a faculty member at Millsaps, Dr. Pearigen teaches courses in constitutional law, civil rights and liberties, jurisprudence and political theory.
He is an advocate for, and believer in, liberal arts education as intrinsically meaningful for individuals as well as the very best preparation for a good and worthy life of learning, leadership and service. This truly is the perfect job for a kid who could never see over her summer reading stack of library books. After a brief hiatus, Jessica rejoined PRH as a sales manager for the Southeast in and is thrilled to be back working with the best publisher and the best indie bookstores in the country!
He previously served as a journalist for The Commercial Appeal, the daily newspaper in Memphis, where he worked for more than 29 years as an investigative reporter, special projects reporter and editor. He has won numerous national awards for both feature writing and investigative reporting. His journalistic interests include criminal justice, predatory lending, political corruption, civil rights history, FBI surveillance and the assassination of Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Raised in Wisconsin, he is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He and his wife, Tina, a Memphis attorney, have three children. Perry is a scholar, an essayist and a book reviewer. She lives in the Philadelphia area with her two sons. She lives in Brooklyn. Mary Laura also enjoys traveling around the country to talk to people about books, reading, and writing. He lives in New Orleans. The Writer-in-Residence at St. She co-directs the creative writing program at Mississippi State University.
Dav Pilkey is the author and illustrator of the worldwide bestselling series Captain Underpants and Dog Man. Dav was so disruptive in class that his teachers made him sit out in the hall every day. Luckily, Dav loved to draw and make up stories. He spent his time in the hallway creating his own original comic books. In the second grade, Dav Pilkey made a comic book about a superhero named Captain Underpants.
Since then, he has been creating bestselling books that explore fun, positive themes and inspire readers everywhere. The Captain Underpants series has more than 80 million copies in print worldwide and has been translated into 39 languages. It has also been adapted for both the big and small screen.
It inspires me to continue to write and illustrate books. With his Reading Gives You Superpowers campaign, Dav reminds us the importance of associating reading with fun. Randall Pinkston is a semi-retired award-winning journalist who covered national and international issues. He also won three national Emmy Awards and two for local news coverage. He also earned a J.
She has received the Phoenix Award for outstanding contributions to Eudora Welty scholarship and she has twice served as president of the Eudora Welty Society. Porter, a Jackson, Mississippi, native, is an internationally known painter, printmaker and photographer with a signature gallery in Historic Downtown Vicksburg, Mississippi. Her artwork is in private and corporate collections around the globe and has been featured in numerous museum exhibitions for the past 30 years. Poet Laureate Natasha Tretheway. Her work hangs in the Mississippi Senate offices in Washington, D.
Pringle specializes in coastal resources sciences, policy and management with a focus in resilience and restoration; water quality improvement, natural resources conservation, and watershed planning. Pringle is passionate about coastal issues and strives to find the balance between economic development and environmental protection. She has worked closely with non-profit partners, private partners, local municipalities, state governments, and Federal agencies to educate and engage stakeholders.
It is designed to preserve, promote and enhance the Gulf through effective communication, education, partnerships, and community engagement. She lives in Decatur, Ga. Michelle A. Purdy is a native Jacksonian. Her book, Transforming the Elite: Black Students and the Desegregation of Private Schools University of North Carolina Press, , tells the unknown story about black students who desegregated historically white elite private schools or the most prestigious independent schools during the Civil Rights Era. Such schools were not legally obligated to desegregate following the Brown v.
Board of Education decision but school leaders opted to change admission policies because of moral, political, and financial reasons. Purdy combines social history, policy analysis, and oral history to examine specifically the desegregation of The Westminster Schools in Atlanta, Georgia, alongside national efforts to diversify independent schools. She details how the first African American students to desegregate Westminster courageously navigated institutional and interpersonal racism in a contradictory and complex school culture.
In Jackson, Purdy graduated from St. She is currently an associate professor of education at Washington University in St. In the U. Smith Fresh Talent title and a Foyles Five pick. Frederick Ramey is one of two owner-publishers of Unbridled Books, an independent press specializing in commercial literature, and a member of the board of Colophon Literary Center. Marshall can often be found in communities across Mississippi, promoting public conversations about the news and inspiring audiences to engage in civic life.
Marshall is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree in business administration and marketing. He is a two-time Pulitzer Finalist and was named a top employee of Gannett. His personal work explores identity in the contemporary South. Hear a interview with the author on Mississippi Public Broadcasting here. Twice the recipient of the O. Henry Prize, he teaches at Western Carolina University. Reed divides her time between New Orleans and Greenville, Mississippi. Peter H. Visit him online at www. Rich lives in New Orleans.
Mark Richard is the author of national bestseller House of Prayer No. Jeff Roberson, a native of Baldwyn, Mississippi, has spent nearly 30 years as a writer and editor in Oxford, Mississippi, mainly covering Ole Miss sports. Lyn Roberts is the general manager of the Square Books family of stores on the historic square in Oxford, Mississippi. A lot of water under the proverbial bridge before he authored Heroes, Rascals and the Law Jimmy grew up in Greenville, Mississippi, graduating from high school in He served as Justice, Supreme Court of Mississippi Robertson has practiced law in Greenville, Oxford and since in Jackson.
The former Justice has published bookoodles of articles more or less related to law, society, baseball and humanity. Jimmy is married to Linda who said he should write a book; hence, Heroes and Rascals, has three sons and five grandchildren. Robertson has covered Mississippi State and college football recruiting for 18 years. He is the Co-Publisher of Genespage. A contributor to the site since , Robertson has helped transform Genespage.
Starkville, Mississippi is home to the Robertson family. Stuart Rockoff received his Ph. He has taught several history courses in American and ethnic history at such schools as the University of Texas and Millsaps College and has published numerous articles and essays on southern Jewish history. He also serves on the board of the Mississippi Book Festival. He has both written and illustrated numerous books for children, including Oh, No! He lives in Oak Park, Illinois. Her current project looks at the rise of Radical Right politics in Southern California in the s and s.
In addition to her work as a teacher and a scholar, Rolph is Academic Director for the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty, an inter-institutional non-profit committed to advancing undergraduate education in the field of poverty studies and antipoverty work. Polly Rosenwaike has published stories, essays, and reviews in The O. He is also the author of the acclaimed The Triumph of William McKinley and the New York Times bestseller Courage and Consequence and is working on a new book on presidential decision-making. Ruffin has been involved with the American Library Association and served on many committees in various roles.
He is the co-editor of Mirrorwork , an anthology of contemporary Indian writing, and of the Best American Short Stories anthology. National Arts Award. He holds honorary doctorates and fellowships at six European and six American universities, is an Honorary Professor in the Humanities at M. The Ground Beneath Her Feet , in which the Orpheus myth winds through a story set in the world of rock music, was turned into a song by U2 with lyrics by Salman Rushdie.
Kim Rushing was born in Tylertown, MS in He received a B. Kim has been a professor of art at Delta State University for 26 years where he started the first B. Sidney L. He has enjoyed a unique career as an award-winning journalist, political columnist, television commentator, talk radio host, author, educator, and university administrator.
He is a member of the Miss. His syndicated political columns have been published in Mississippi and a number of national newspapers since He has co-authored or contributed to several other non-fiction books, including three with UPM. Salter and his wife, Leilani, are the parents of four grown children and have six grandchildren.
A Mississippi native, Sanford is a graduate of Ole Miss, and has more than 40 years of professional journalism experience, starting in at The Clarion-Ledger as an entertainment and feature writer. Public defenders in Charlotte say restrictions on communication hinder their ability to help jailed clients. Jessica Brand Dec 14, Michael Arria Dec 13, Guy Hamilton-Smith Dec 12, Brandon Soderberg Dec 11, Bryce Covert Dec 08, Lee Kovarsky Dec 07, Andrew Guthrie Ferguson.
Mariame Kaba, Brit Schulte Dec 06, Anna Roberts. Maura Ewing Dec 05, Vince Beiser. Alameda County Superior Court reversed license suspensions for 54, people who were punished for their inability to pay fines. Rebecca McCray Dec 04, Under District Attorney Steve Wolfson, prosecutors in Las Vegas have led the nation in new death sentences, repeatedly engaged in racist jury selection, and maintained a secret bank account to pay witnesses for their testimony in criminal cases.
Dec 01, State law makes it easier to throw Brown away than consider traumas youth face and offer them hope of rehabilitation. Demetria D. Josmar Trujillo Nov 30, Rebecca McCray Nov 29, Carimah Townes Nov 27, The five states that have done away with commercial bond outlets still struggle with inequity when it comes to cash bail.
Rebecca McCray Nov 22, Melissa Gira Grant Nov 21, Carimah Townes. Rebecca McCray Nov 15, In Justice Roundup is my weekly debrief rounding up the justice news you need to know. Shaun King Nov 14, Kade Crockford Nov 13, Reggie Shuford. Siegel Nov 08, Glenn E. Martin Nov 02, Larry Hannan Nov 01, Rebecca McCray Oct 31, The majority of people who face misdemeanor charges remain behind bars just because they are poor.
Larry Hannan Oct 27, Will the state with the second highest incarceration rate get its act together? Larry Hannan Oct 26, A law that results in disproportionate arrests and prosecutions of black and Latino New Yorkers will stand. Jessica Pishko Oct 25, Larry Hannan Oct 23, Alameda and Santa Clara County jail detainees round out the first week of a hunger strike for better conditions. Rebecca McCray Oct 20, Criminal charges are absent from 85 percent of all forfeiture cases in the city. Oct 19, Aviva Shen Oct 18, Rory Fleming Oct 17, Rory Fleming.
Heather Schoenfeld. Matt Henry Oct 16, Max Rivlin-Nadler Oct 13, Matt Henry. Melissa Gira Grant Oct 12, Rebecca McCray Oct 11, Udi Ofer Oct 10, Rebecca McCray Oct 06, Wendi C. Thomas Oct 05, Eric Alexander Oct 04, Roy L. Austin Sep 28, Anna Roberts Sep 26, Vincent M. Southerland Sep 25, Shaun King Sep 23, Martin Sep 22, Carimah Townes Sep 21, Rebecca McCray Sep 20, Rebecca McCray Sep 19, Shaun King Sep 18, Jessica Pishko Sep 14, Aviva Shen Sep 12, Rebecca McCray Sep 11, Jonathan Blanks Sep 07, Rebecca McCray Sep 06, Activists in New York City are engaging in profound acts of resistance against over-policing in the subways.
Politicians are listening, but are they really hearing them? Jocelyn Simonson Aug 30, Larry Hannan Aug 29, Aug 25, Rebecca McCray Aug 23, Larry Hannan Aug 21, Robert Greenwald. Larry Hannan Aug 18, Jessica Pishko Aug 17, Larry Hannan Aug 16, Larry Hannan Aug 15, Larry Hannan Aug 11, Rebecca McCray Aug 10, Mehak Anwar. Larry Hannan Jul 28, Alex S. Vitale Jul 27, Rory Fleming Jul 25, Michelle S. Bidish Sarma. Nick Encalada-Malinowski Jul 24, Jul 19, Benjamin Levin.
Rebecca McCray Jul 18, Larry Hannan Jul 17, Larry Hannan Jul 11, Larry Hannan Jul 05, Edgar De Leon Jun 30, Larry Hannan Jun 28, Larry Hannan Jun 27, Larry Hannan Jun 23, Rebecca McCray Jun 22, Larry Hannan Jun 16, In a rare case of local media nuance, a Boston TV news station provided a humane and health-focused segment on safe drug use.
George Joseph, Ali Winston. Sarah Lustbader Sep 10, Joshua Vaughn Sep 06, Sarah Lustbader Sep 03, Elsewhere in the country, lawsuits and legislation seek to protect people from predatory mugshot sites. Katie Rose Quandt Aug 27, Sarah Lustbader Aug 20, Heather Marlowe, now an activist, says neglected kits are a reflection of who and what police prioritize. Raven Rakia Aug 15, Joshua Vaughn Aug 08, Aaron Morrison Aug 07, Vaidya Gullapalli Aug 05, Vaidya Gullapalli Aug 02, The New Jersey General Assembly unanimously passed a bill to extend qualified immunity to police officers at private colleges and universities.
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg. Current and former mayors were questioned about how they managed their police departments. Aaron Morrison Aug 01, Johnson Jul 31, Matthew Nesvet Jul 30, A new effort to reduce arrests and summonses is criticized as continuing to criminalize homelessness.
Raven Rakia Jul 26, Jessica Pishko Jul 23, A Shippensburg man faces 15 years on the sex offense registry for offering a girl a ride. Expert reports in a federal lawsuit explore an alleged pattern of discrimination against men perceived to be gay. Kira Lerner Jul 12, But advocates fear that may not be enough to bring change. Jessica Pishko Jul 08, Johnson Jul 02, The accusations span decades and involve two separate Biddeford cops and at least seven alleged victims.
Roxanna Asgarian Jul 01, Brandi Courtesis lost her job with the Gettysburg force after saying a colleague sexually harassed her. The accused, fired for another reason, may be back in uniform soon. Joshua Vaughn Jun 27, Vaidya Gullapalli Jun 24, Vaidya Gullapalli Jun 19, Sarah Lustbader Jun 18, He and some of his family members were arrested months later. Thanks to the diligence of one assistant state attorney, cases were thrown out and the officer is under state investigation. Katie Rose Quandt Jun 17, Sarah Lustbader Jun 13, Vaidya Gullapalli Jun 12, Main Menu Get Informed : Subscribe to our newsletters for regular updates, analysis and context straight to your email.
Enter Your Email. Get Informed Subscribe to our newsletters for regular updates, analysis and context straight to your email. Incarceration Midwest. Political Report. National Newsletter. Criminal Justice Reform. Their Juvenile Records Were Sealed. When Prosecutors Bury Police Lies Court records and interviews with former prosecutors show that internal assessments of police dishonesty are rarely memorialized, potentially violating the rights of people charged in criminal cases and sometimes keeping the records of bad cops clean.
Harris County D. Seeks Execution of Intellectually Disabled Man, Lawyer Says Kim Ogg ran as a reform-minded district attorney candidate, but her office has sought two death warrants for Dexter Johnson, whose lawyer says cannot name everyday objects and has an IQ of San Francisco Deserves Restorative Justice Our response to crime should focus on healing and accountability, not punishment and retribution.
A Pennsylvania Police Department Is Accused Of Klan Involvement and Discrimination In a civil rights lawsuit, an officer in Allentown claims he was subjected to racial discrimination before he was fired. The Persistent History of Excluding Black Jurors in North Carolina A statewide pattern of discrimination in jury selection has gone largely uncorrected, while lives remain in the balance, advocates say.
Sanders And Warren Just Released the Most Decarceral Criminal Justice Platforms Ever The presidential candidates recently unveiled national criminal justice agendas that reimagine public safety and punishment. Will He Get a New Trial? Then He Was Arrested. Oakland Police Have Been Systematically Underreporting Use Of Force A new internal audit shows that officers disproportionately strike, tussle with, and draw guns on Black people but then fail to disclose the incidents in their reports.
Sentenced to Life Without Parole at 17 and Denied Freedom at 52 Richard Kinder thought he would die in an Alabama prison until the Supreme Court ruled mandatory juvenile life without parole unconstitutional. His Record Suggests Otherwise. Citizens Sarah Lustbader Aug 01, In Queens D.
States Are Blocking Courtroom Recording. But Reform Requires Transparency. Media Frame: Stop Quoting Bill Bratton For far too long, the press has leaned on wrong-headed tough-on-crime officials like the former NYPD commissioner when reporting on the criminal legal system. I Was Sexually Assaulted. Will He Be Fired? Media Frame: Fentanyl Panic Is Worsening the Overdose Crisis Sensational and false news reports about the drug are pushing lawmakers to enact harmful policies.
Will Kamala Harris? Pleading Guilty to Get Out of Jail The criminalization of poverty in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, has led to a staggering increase in incarcerated people, all at a huge cost for defendants and taxpayers alike. Indefinite Solitary Confinement in New York Is Finally Put to the Test Court challenges and a sweeping reform bill are offering hope to men trapped in isolation for decades. New Orleans Police Appear to Use Surveillance to Initiate Investigations City officials say its vast network of cameras are simply a tool when responding to calls and complaints of criminal activity.
Commander Of Major California Narcotics Task Force Fired For A String Of Thefts And Lies Newly released records show that task force members faced allegations of theft and questionable overtime, all under the watch of a commander later fired for lying as the misconduct was investigated. Police In California Are Killing Sleeping People The fatal shooting by Oakland police of an unconscious man as he woke is putting pressure on the California department to rethink its deployment of force.
California Cities Have Shredded Decades of Police Misconduct Records Police union lawsuits delayed many local governments from complying with a new transparency law. Women Say Pennsylvania Cop Committed Sexual Assaults, Recorded Them on Body Camera Their claims are part of a federal lawsuit; other women say they, too, were assaulted and the officer now faces a raft of criminal charges. In Texas, D. Confession Throws Prison Uprising Trials Into Chaos A judge excluded a confession that exonerated defendants in one trial related to a Delaware prison uprising, but a pair of defendants were nonetheless acquitted, promising further problems for prosecutors.
California Police Unions Fight New State Law Promising Transparency on Misconduct Records Senate Bill requires law enforcement agencies to make public investigative records of officer-involved shootings and uses of force resulting in great bodily harm. The Appeal Podcast: Real Reform vs. Solitary Confinement, Jail Deaths Rock Race For Sheriff in California In Santa Clara County, incarcerated people, and a former undersheriff challenging six-term sheriff Laurie Smith, have turned conditions of confinement into a potent electoral issue.
Advocates Say Brooklyn D. Secretive Campus Cops Patrol Already Overpoliced Neighborhoods Campus police forces have become more professionalized, but critics say they operate behind a veil of secrecy and often exceed their jurisdiction. The Incalculable Costs of Mass Incarceration Prisons carry enormous, perhaps impossible to measure social costs—but when assessing the system fiscally, reformers should focus on staffing salaries instead of the number of incarcerated people. A New Power for Prosecutors is on the Horizon—Reducing Harsh Sentences Legislation in California would provide a direct route to resentencing, and a new tool for activists.
The Endless Punishment of Civil Commitment Prosecutors can subject those convicted of sexual offenses—and sometimes, those with no conviction at all—to an indefinite period of civil punishment at the end of their criminal sentence. As National Prison Strike Continues, Incarcerated People Face Retaliation Now in its second week, a strike staged by prisoners over poor conditions, low wages, and other issues is resulting in consequences, including harsh conduct reports and placements in solitary confinement.
Defund The Baltimore Police A former Baltimore cop questions how a department with a nearly half-billion-dollar budget that is riven by rampant corruption and brutality, bloated overtime spending, and unaccounted for patrol officers can continue to justify its existence Larry Smith Aug 15, Failure-to-Comply Arrests Reveal Flaws in Sex Offender Registries In one Pennsylvania county, more than three times as many people on the registry were charged in with failing to follow registry requirements than were charged with a new sexual offense Joshua Vaughn Aug 01, Pretrial Detainees Are Being Billed For Their Stay in Jail In jurisdictions across the country, people incarcerated before they've ever been convicted of a crime are charged a daily fee just for sitting in jail—and several courts have ruled that the practice is legal.
California Bill Would Deem Children Under 12 Too Young for Court Legislation passed in Massachusetts and pending in California would set a minimum age for children to enter the juvenile justice system. Anderson, journalist and co-author of As Black As Resistance. Prosecutors and Judges in Pennsylvania County Hammer Defendants in Low-Level Drug Cases In overdose-wracked Franklin County, Pennsylvania, a small-time dealer is denied bail, while the number of drug induced homicide cases has skyrocketed.
Cuomo the Merciless New York's Democratic governor has granted only a trickle of commutations, fewer than many of his Democratic and Republican predecessors. Responses to Violence Must Move Beyond Policing The solution to problems like unsolved homicides, especially in communities of color, cannot be reinvestment in institutions that wage violence against them. But Has His Time Passed? Alice Marie Johnson is free. Do Conviction Integrity Units Work? NY Gov. But Critics Are Fighting Back. The single most important person to reform the criminal justice system is not… Shaun King Feb 13, I was Raped.
Jail Policies Restrict Legal Representation in North Carolina Public defenders in Charlotte say restrictions on communication hinder their ability to help jailed clients. Cyntoia Brown Case Reveals Entrenched Problems with Tennessee Juvenile Justice State law makes it easier to throw Brown away than consider traumas youth face and offer them hope of rehabilitation. Ditching the Bondsman is Only Part of the Battle for Bail Reform The five states that have done away with commercial bond outlets still struggle with inequity when it comes to cash bail.
Commentary: Cy Vance was Re-Elected. NYPD is one delete button away from losing its civil forfeiture records Criminal charges are absent from 85 percent of all forfeiture cases in the city. ByeCy: Organizers call for embattled Manhattan D. Prosecutors: What Makes a Reformer?
Dallas Doobies in Doubt Jessica Pishko. Spotlight on juvenile life without parole Matt Henry. A county in North Carolina wants to give its bail system a serious makeover A local solution to a national problem. Money bail system challenged in Jacksonville, Florida Larry Hannan. Those closest to the problem are closest to the solution Glenn E. Contra Costa County will stop forcing families to pay for incarcerated kids The decision was unanimous.
Sessions scales back federal reform as police-community relations continue to crumble Rebecca McCray Sep 19, Safety in numbers: Will District Attorneys support saving lives? Can Marilyn Mosby still make good on her progressive promises? Congress should leave marijuana to the states Jonathan Blanks Sep 07, Life sentence thrown out for Wyoming juvenile over prosecutor objections Larry Hannan Aug 29, Oregon makes drug possession a misdemeanor over prosecutor objections Aug 25, Father of five arrested for leaving kids unattended while at work Rebecca McCray.
American Bar Association endorses multiple criminal justice reform proposals Larry Hannan Aug 18, Basic constitutional rights still denied in misdemeanor courts Rebecca McCray. A chance at freedom, barely Jessica Pishko. Does childhood end at 18? Cook County prosecutor fights to keep a new mom out of jail Larry Hannan Aug 15, Marin County teenager tried as adult gets new hearing under Prop. Life sentence for Louisiana man convicted for juvenile crime found to be unconstitutional Larry Hannan Jul 28, Life sentence for Louisiana man convicted for juvenile crime found to be unconstitutional Larry Hannan.
Bail bond industry fights back against reform Alex S. To fix the justice system, shrink and reform community supervision Michelle S. Court holds that retroactive extension of sex offender registration is punitive Bidish Sarma. New documentary explores the false freedom of life on parole Rebecca McCray Jul 18, Manhattan D. Judges matter when it comes to treating kids like kids Larry Hannan Jul 11, Austin prosecutor declines to retry couple locked up for over 20 years Larry Hannan Jun 23, Incarceration Midwest Commentary.
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After graduating from Wellesley College and spending some time as an advertising copywriter, she began writing With more than 38 million copies in print worldwide, the 13th "Dork For many years she has also illustrated some of the "Dork Diaries" books. Her most recent He earned a BA from Stanford University. Hayes served as the poetry editor for New York Times Magazine.
He was guest editor of "The Best American Poetry ," the preeminent annual anthology of contemporary American poetry. His poems have appeared in ten editions of the He was a finalist for the Neustadt International Prize for Literature. She recently won the 92Y Discovery Authors Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Adam Hochschild, L. Kauffman and Christopher Noxon discuss the influence of activism and what called them to write their most recent books. Adam Hochschild Adam Hochschild is a journalist and author who has written on issues of human rights and social justice. Jennifer L. Eberhardt Dr.
Kauffman L. Kauffman has been a grassroots organizer and movement journalist for more than thirty-five years. She was the mobilizing coordinator for some of the largest demonstrations in U. Noxon splits his time between Los Angeles Angel, Emcee for Children's Stage. Her collection Phantom Limbs is forthcoming from Omnidawn in Her publications include the Pushcart Poetry , Subtype2. When not writing, Isabel FaceTimes with her four younger sisters Times columnist since He has won more than a dozen national journalism awards for his reporting and column writing at seven newspapers and four news magazines, and is a three-time Pulitzer finalist for commentary—in Father Gregory Boyle Gregory Boyle is the founder of Homeboy Industries, the largest gang-intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in the world.
A world-class collection of Shakespeare scholars and artists will consider the enduring impact and allure of Shakespeare today. He is the inaugural holder of the Braverman Family Dean's Chair. Prior to his appointment as dean, he served as interim dean of the School of Dramatic Arts, associate dean of global initiatives, and director She is professor of English at the University of Southern California, and Trained under legendary voice teacher Kristin Linklater, Ohama is a founding member and permanent faculty member of Shakespeare and Company Lenox, Mass.
She is a senior artist at Pan Asian She is a co-founder of the annual comics festival Comic Arts Los Angeles. Aisha Franz Aisha Franz is a German illustrator and comic book artist. Franz originally wanted to be a figure skater and create animated drawings for Walt Disney. She went on to study illustration at the School of Art and Design He lives near Washington, D.
Michelle Perez Michelle Perez is a writer who started out doing games criticism and humor with the now defunct Medium Difficulty blog. She has been a D. I've been all over America and experienced During his Elana K. Arnold Elana K. Alexa Donne Alexa Donne is a Ravenclaw who wears many hats, including teen mentor, college admissions essay advisor, fan convention organizer, YouTuber, and podcaster.
When she's not writing science fiction and She recently illustrated "Tom Angleberger's Fake Mustache. Morris Award for debut YA fiction Charlton-Trujillo, Amy Spalding and Nic Stone discuss their teen characters' various dramas, both because of and unrelated to, who they love. She also wrote a very silly joke boo Charlton-Trujillo e.
A filmmaker and YA novelist, she lives in California. Amy Spalding Amy Spalding grew up in St. Louis, but now lives in the better weather of Los Angeles. She has a B. Amy studied longform improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Her latest novel is the stand alone thriller, "They All Fall Down. His latest novel, "The Burglar," was released earlier this year. He lives in Southern Ca Stuart Woods Stuart Woods began his writing career in the advertising industry.
After more than seventy novels and fifty consecutive hardcover bestsellers, Stuart Woods' thrillers continue to be a brand that readers come back to year after year for their swift action, racy characters, and crackling Times High School Insider, PBS SoCal and artworxLA have brought together high school students from all across Los Angeles to explore their place in the evolving American landscape through writing and art, with the goal of amplifying diverse student perspectives on major community issues.
Join us as we uplift and celebrate the stories of these trailblazing young people through written, visual and performance art. Speakers ArtworxLA. PBS SoCal. Times High School Insider. Saturday April 13, am - am Newstory Stage. Moderators Clint Schaff, Vice President of Strategy and Development at The Times, and Camila Victoriano, Development Manager of Programming, will facilitate a discussion about the future of the genre as interest, investment and resources pour into it. Joanne has reported in Canada and the U.
She's won numerous awards in both counties, including an IRE first place for Jonathan Hirsch Jonathan Hirsch is an award-winning producer, editor, and storyteller. Daniel Miller Daniel Miller is an enterprise business reporter for the Los Angeles Times, working on investigations, features and projects.
He is also the host of the upcoming podcast Larger Than Life. She has created groundbreaking voice-activated VR experiences for Accenture and is currently advising Coca-Cola on its augmented reality strategy. Other agency Join their discussion about how they put together these essential works of nonfiction. He is also president of the Alicia Patterson Foundation, which funds independent journalism projects around the world. He is a Distinguished Writer in Residence Mona Hanna-Attisha is an associate professor of pediatrics and human development at Michigan State University.
Anthony Lukas Book Prize. Focusing mostly on California culture, news and politics, she roams the Golden State, reporting stories that help readers understand what makes this place unique. She often writes about hot-button social issues, like abortion Known for tackling tough subjects with humor and sensitivity, her work has sold nearly five million copies. She is a contributing opinion writer Moderators Julia Turner As deputy managing editor for arts and entertainment at the Los Angeles Times, Julia Turner oversees the paper's coverage of culture and the entertainment industry.
During her four years She lives with her family and her animals in upstate Before teaching English at the university level, he taught Latin at sever Donna will launch the book club in the coming months. Donna is a veteran of The Times, where she was the national weekend editor in the early aughts. Be Brave! History by accomplishing something that hadn't been done before in various fields including medicine, science, sports, art and politics.
By presenting the true biographical stories of these outstanding Latinas in rhyming verses, young readers will easily follow their journey to success. Speakers Naibe Reynoso Currently Mrs. Jericho Brown, Reading from "The Tradition". Brown's first book, "Please," won the American Book Award Her latest book, "Ada Twist and the Perilous Pants" explores the continued adventures of her beloved characters. She lives just outside He is a sometime writing coach, and musician tenor into Renaissance repertoire. She won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography in for her coverage of the siege of Monrovia in , the capital of Liberia.
She completed Speakers Maritere R. She became the voice of Latino parents over twenty years ago with her weekly parenting column published for twelve Due to schedule issues, only a limited number of attendees will be able to have a meet and greet with Matthew. For a meet and greet ticket, the first people to purchase "Rumple Buttercup" from the Once Upon a Time Special Seller booth once festival hours begin AM will be given a line ticket and their receipt upon purchase, which will allow them into the meet and greet line after Matthew's stage event is done.
There are only limited line tickets available. Once the meet and greet begins, line ticket holders will get to chat with Matthew, and will be given their signed book at the meet and greet table in exchange for their line ticket. He also loves to voice cartoon characters, tell ghost stories, and wear soft pajamas, and one time he helped unearth a prehistoric dinosaur. Prior to that he was chief content officer Soon-Shiong, a physician, surgeon, scientist, inventor, technologist and philanthropist Due to a childhood spent in various countries, she can eavesdrop badly in several languages.
After graduating from Harvard University, she worked in various corporate jobs and had a briefcase before writing her first She is a writer and film editor whose fiction was included in Reflections on Islamic Art and whose documentary, The Troupe, featured Tony Kushner. Her most recent feature-length screenplay, The Inheritors, was commissioned It was during this time that she and her husband, the writer, George Saunders, met and married. After Syracuse, Paula was the recipient of the prestigious See was honored as National Woman of Saturday April 13, am - pm Seeley G.
Moderators Michael Silverblatt Michael Silverblatt is an American broadcaster who has been the host of Bookworm, a nationally syndicated radio program focusing on books and literature, since A member of the Fellowship of Southern These writers feed that appetite for understanding with their most recent books.
Join them for a conversation on how to craft nonfiction for young adult readers. Moderators Andrew Aydin Andrew Aydin is creator and co-author of the graphic memoir series, "March," which chronicles the life of Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis. Co-authored with Rep. She is a leading voice in the fight for social justice, immigrant rights and education equality. Her second book, "Someone Like Me Claire Hartfield Claire Hartfield is a nationally recognized children's book author and education leader. Hartfield's career has centered on providing underprivileged children with opportunity to achieve their potential through education.
After graduating from Yale University and University of Chicago Greg Neri G. Neri is the Eisner-nominated, Coretta Scott King Honor-winning author of "Yummy: the Last Days of a Southside Shorty," which Flavorwire hailed as one of the top 25 essential graphic novels of all time. He has written ten books for young people, including the Lee Bennett Hopkins In this conversation, Kent Anderson, Tim Johnston and Attica Locke discuss their craft and how to make murder personal.
Kent Anderson Kent Anderson served with the U. Anderson has taught literature at Boise State University Woods is also the editor of the critically-acclaimed anthology "Spooks, Spies, and Private Eyes: Black Mystery, Crime, and Suspense Fiction of the 20th Century," which was nominated for Anthony and Macavity Awards and received an award Karin Slaughter Karin Slaughter is one of the world's most popular and acclaimed storytellers.
Published in 37 languages, with more than 35 million copies sold across the globe, her eighteen novels include the "Grant County" and "Will Trent" books, as well as the Edgar-nominated "Cop Town" and the Don Winslow Don Winslow is the New York Times bestselling author of thirteen crime and mystery novels as well as short stories and film screenplays. She has published ten books of poetry and has also been featured in a number of major anthologies.
USC Kaufman Students—Dance Performance The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is at the forefront of developing a hybrid art form comprised of intersecting dance techniques expressed in new media, scholarship, studio practice, and choreography for the 21st century. Dancers will showcase this interdisciplinary, collaborative, and transformative approach with works choreographed by USC Kaufman students. Speakers USC Kaufman Students The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is at the forefront of developing a hybrid art form comprised of intersecting dance techniques expressed in new media, scholarship, studio practice, and choreography for the 21st century.
Dancers will showcase this interdisciplinary, collaborative She holds a degree in literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz. In she was honored at the White House as a Champion of Change for her art. She has worked with companies like Disney and The panel is one approach to identify when a child may have a learning disability and the basic steps parents need to follow in order to get the appropriate treatment and educational program.
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Giovanna received her Masters degree He is admitted to practice as an attorney in California He also has written about events and issues Susan has covered six White House administrations and ten presidential elections. She has interviewed the past nine presidents from Richard Nixon through Donald Trump Her earlier work includes "The Crusades Jon Ward Jon Ward has chronicled American politics and culture for two decades, as a city desk reporter in Washington D. Times food columnist Lucas Kwan Peterson leads Ruth Reichl, Jonathan Kauffman, Matt Lee and Ted Lee in a conversation about their lives and careers in the culinary world, along with delicious servings of food history, restaurant culture and the ins and outs of food journalism.
He is from Oak Park, Ill. Middle Grade Fiction: Magic and Mysteries From mysterious islands to for-real magicians to unusual contraptions, these books stretch kids' imaginations. I'm Queer. A former English teacher, she lives with her husband and four children outside of Salt Lake City, Utah Carlos Hernandez Carlos Hernandez has published more than thirty works for fiction, poetry, and drama, most notably a book of short stories for adults entitled "The Assimilated Cuban's Guide to Quantum Santeria.
He is an English Reich is the author of the instant New York Times bestseller "Nemesis" and its sequel "Genesis," and co-author of the six-volume "Virals" series. Brendan is also a member of the Executive Board for both She has since written books, films, and virtual reality projects. The Remarkable Inventions of Walter Mortinson, her debut novel, was inspired by the This spectacular puppet variety show features a catchy soundtrack and talented puppet performers- evoking joy, empathy, and imagination!
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Heather is the concept creator and producer of New Dimensions in Testimony, the technology behind future generations being able to have a conversation with a Holocaust Stephen Smith Stephen Smith is a storytelling academic and entrepreneur. Stephen holds a PhD Loneliness would be a thing of the past, as human potential was fulfilled.
What we got was Facebook and Twitter, Amazon Prime and YouTube: a world where the appearance of connection trumps the reality. For the past five years, journalist Noah Nelson has been chronicling the response: the rise of immersive art and entertainment. Join sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild and novelist Claire Vaye Watkins for a discussion of how the environmental crisis effects their work. She joined the L. Times in as a staff writer in books with an emphasis on digital projects. Her work was recognized with the paper's editorial award. For six years, she served on the board of directors She is professor emerita of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.
Hochschild has long focused on the human emotions which underlie moral beliefs, practices, and social life generally. She is the author of the novel "Gold Fame Citrus Angela Y. Her writing She is a journalist and author who was the first weekly African-American columnist for The Los Angeles Times, from to Her first book, the Arab-American coming of age novel, "A Map of Home," is now on many college syllabi. It won a Hopwood Award Times writer Tom Curwen. Moderators Tom Curwen Thomas Curwen is an award-winning staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, where he has worked as editor of the Outdoors section, deputy editor of the Book Review and an editor at large for features.
He was part of the team of Times reporters who won a Pulitzer for their work covering Chess, Deji Olukotun and Daniel Suarez created alternative worlds and new societies as a means to convey deeper truths about our own. Join them for a conversation about their most recent sci-fi novels. Moderators Wil Kaufman.
His unique brand of high-tech fiction explores the causes and impacts of rapid technological change. The author of six novels, his latest, "Delta-v," is a realistic space-tech adventure K was awarded the Deji Olukotun Deji Bryce Olukotun is the author of two novels and his fiction has appeared in five different book collections. His novel "After the Flare" won the Philip K. Dick special citation award, and was chosen as one of the best books of by The Guardian, The Washington Post, Syfy.
Saturday April 13, pm - pm Seeley G. Science Fiction. He has previously worked as a feature writer for a number of publications including Newsweek, the Verge, and Lucky Peach. Johana Bhuiyan Johana Bhuiyan is a business reporter at the Los Angeles Times covering the technology industry with a focus on accountability. Bhuiyan, who previously covered the future of transportation for more than four years, is particularly interested in interrogating how tech impacts real Meg James Meg James is a corporate media reporter for the Los Angeles Times, covering the business of television and advertising.
She has been a member of the Company Town team for more than a decade. A native of Wyoming, she Her first career was as a professional flutist. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in venues such as the American Journal of Speakers David Shannon David Shannon is the internationally acclaimed creator of more than thirty picture books, including "No, David!
Times writer. He uses the name of the webcomic character as one of his online pseudonyms. Most of Jame's webcomics revolve around his childhood There will be no standby line. Balcony ticketholders will be able to purchase an unsigned copies of Valerie Jarrett's book after the event. In May , Ms. Calmes was awarded the Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prize for Reporting on the Presidency. Calmes began her journalism career in at the Abilene Texas Reporter-News. In Before joining the White House, she served as the chief executive officer He is the co-host of the podcast The West Wing Weekly.
Alana Newhouse Alana is the founder and editor-in-chief of Tablet magazine. She is an author of 8 books of poems and four novels. She is also an essayist and anthology editor. She is professor They perform at universities and auditoriums across the country, bringing with them a class, sophistication, and Trojan spirit uniquely their own.
They perform at universities and auditoriums across the country, bringing with He was fortunate enough to grow up in a household that stressed the importance of having home cooked meals at the table surrounded by family and friends. He believes that food is the universal language and cultural Reynolds' picture book "I Am Yoga. In Education from the University The program is presented at USC neighborhood schools, primarily for grades 1 — 3.
Each lesson begins with a yoga theme shared through reading and discussion Jasmine Guillory, Alyssa Cole and Camille Perri discuss their most recent novels, which satisfy our romantic urges while expanding the scope of the genre to include characters of color and across the sexuality spectrum. Her writing has been featured on Jezebel, Thrillist, and The Toast.
Learn more at jasmineg She has also been a ghostwriter of young adult novels and a reference librarian. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from New York University Moderators Claudette S.
She is the recipient of numerous awards and honors including the Dorothy McKenzie Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Field of Children's Literature sponsored by the His latest book, "The Undefeated," was Her other books are "Salvinia Molesta" and "Circle. Moderators Kurtis Lee Kurtis Lee is a national correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, who frequently reports on the nation's debate over guns, the evolution of marijuana legalization and how Trump administration policies are affecting states.
He's filed reports from the unrest in Ferguson, Mo. Her research examines American gun culture, policing and public law enforcement, and conservative politics. She is the author of the book "Citizen-Protectors: The Everyday Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz is a historian, author, memoirist, and speaker who researches Western Hemisphere history and international human rights.
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz grew up in rural Oklahoma, the daughter of a tenant farmer and part-Indian mother. She has been active in the international Igor Volsky Igor Volsky is the co-founder and executive director of Guns Down America, an organization dedicated to building a future with fewer guns. Opinion Live. He is a former reporter and editor at Newsday in New York, where he worked as Middle East bureau chief from to Goldberg also covered the presidential campaign of He writes most often about healthcare policy, intellectual property, technology Robert Greene Robert Greene is an editorial writer covering water, drought, criminal justice reform and Los Angeles County government.
Greene previously was a staff writer for the L. Weekly and a reporter and associate editor for the Metropolitan News-Enterprise. Prior to becoming a journalist Carla Hall Carla Hall is an editorial board member who writes about homelessness, reproductive rights, popular culture, animal welfare, and human rights in Asia and Africa, among other topics.
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She is also the founder of worldwide pet transportation company, Pet-Taxi A discussion about how social media manipulates our perception of news and society with Dr. He co-founded successful funds in venture, crossover and private equity. He holds a B. Sandra Cisneros Sandra Cisneros is a poet, short story writer, novelist, essayist, whose work explores the lives of the working-class. Join Rigoberto Gonzalez, Nicole Chung, Vanessa McGrady and Sophia Shalmiyev for a conversation on how they wrestled their uncertain familial relationships into polished personal nonfiction.
Vanessa McGrady After earning a B. Then, she started a career She has a second master's degree in Young Adult Fiction: Friends and "Friends" Figuring out other people is hard enough, but knowing yourself can be significantly more difficult. The characters in novels from Cecil Castellucci, Julie Buxbaum and Aminah Mae Safi all struggle to find themselves while also reckoning with complicated relationships and confusing situations.
She's the winner of the We Need Diverse Books short story contest. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her partner and two cats. These scenarios bloom into wonderful and terrifying novels in the hands of authors of Tehlor Kay Mejia, Justin A. Reynolds and Lilliam Rivera.