Thursday, November 8, 2012

Los Angeles Arts : Cultural Weekly & Writ Large Press & A.O. Scott's review of Steven Spielberg's LINCOLN....I"M BACK!

Content is King. 


Publisher Adam Leipzig's brainchild is a sure thing to look forward to every Wednesday night. Get a weekly dose of Literary Alchemy, Chiwan Choi's weekly blog on the state of small press, get Kickstarter of the week, get a dose of POETRY, YES, Cultural Weekly loves poetry, and editor Wendy Rainey serves up week after week of deep thoughtful strings of words by Los Angeles poets. There are video's, interviews, sections on literature, art & architecture, music, dance, cartoons, the Writer's life, theatre and performance, all served up in easy to digest segments to dip in and out of all week, PLUS a reminder on Sunday mornings should you forget to go back to the site.


Publishers Chiwan Choi and Judeth Oden Choi present state of the art on what is NOW for small press and their authors. Throw in Peter Woods for PR & Marketing, who is also the event director for THE LAST BOOKSTORE in downtown Los Angeles, and by the way, if you haven't been there, you must explore a current and interesting discovery in the hub of the downtown scene. Conrad Romo, booking and sales director rounds out the crew in a press that has their hands onto the writing scene in LA.

and if you haven't read A.O. Scott's review of Steven Spielberg's LINCOLN, do it now, I'm off to the movies. Scott calls Lincoln a "masterpiece."