The LA Times launches a new community book club…The Los Angeles Times Book Club. After the success of America’s largest literary event, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, this renowned publication wants keep the storytelling and conversation going year-round.
The book club will give readers the opportunity to see, hear and interact with world-class authors, celebrities, chefs and newsmakers as they discuss their books and tell their stories.
What to expect:
Every month a new book will be selected, The LA Times will publish stories exploring the topic, and invite you to read along. Then enjoy a community book club evening with the featured author and you’ll be invited to join that, too. The focus will be on books and authors relevant to Southern California and the West – books that illuminate and explain our unique landscape, culture, identity and history.
“The Library Book,” a whodunit and portrait of L.A. as a city of readers by bestselling author Susan Orlean. The first event happens on June 25, 7:30 to 9:30 pm at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, as Orlean sits down in conversation with L.A. Times Deputy Managing Editor Julia Turner.
Admission runs from $10 – $75; Click Here to purchase Tickets.
What: The Los Angeles Times Book Club
Where: Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, 4814 Hollywood Blvd., LA, 90027
When: June 25, 2019; 7:30pm – 9:30pm