Meet the pioneering Cory Doctorow and Hugo Award Winner Charlie Jane Anders at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
Influential blogger, journalist, and author Cory Doctorow and Charlie Jane Anders, author of The City in The Middle of the Night and SIX MONTHS, THREE DAYS, are attending the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, April 13-14.
Since 1996, The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books has become a world renowned experience gathering writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, musicians and emerging storytellers like no other. Today over 150,000 people attend, making it the largest festival of its kind in the United States. Join us this year as we celebrate our literary culture and the Los Angeles Times’ passion for story.
Both Doctorow and Anders are involved in programming at the festival.
photo: Tristan Crane
Sunday, April 14
Science Fiction: Worlds Beyond Our Own – REQUIRES TICKET
With their warring kingdoms, Goblincrafters and dying planets, the panelists’ novels take us out of our ho-hum daily lives and into their imaginative worlds. Join Charlie Jane Anders, Ashok Banker and Henry Thomas for a conversation about building the worlds of sci-fi novels.
Photo: Jonathan Worth, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
John Scalzi, Author of “The Consuming Fire,” and Cory Doctorow, Author of “Radicalized,” in Conversation with Maryelizabeth Yturralde – REQUIRES TICKET
John Scalzi, author of “The Consuming Fire,” and Cory Doctorow, author of “Radicalized,” discuss their acclaimed science fiction novels with bookseller Maryelizabeth Yturralde.
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
Saturday, April 13th | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m
Sunday, April 14th | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m
University of Southern California