tumblangeles:

Wednesday night at The LA Central Library (in downtown):

The Working Poet Radio Show is a new program dedicated to the working lives of creative people.

Host Joseph Lapin and Producer J. David Gonzalez are interested in the poetry that powers everyone from novelists to graphic designers to nanotechnologists.

WPRS celebrates National Poetry Month with special guests:

Chiwan Choi - Editor of Writ Large Press and the “Jay-Z of Poetry”

Michelle Meyering - Director of Programs and Events at PEN Center USA and founding editor of The Rattling Wall

Luis J. Rodriguez - author of Always Running: La Vida Loca: Gang Days in LA and a candidate for California Governor

Musical performance by Jake Bluenote 

WPRS will also be a simulcast. It will be recorded for a podcast, and the show will be taped live in an effort to create a dynamic new voice for the humanities.

our collection of Olivetti Lettera typewriters, models 22, 32, and 35.

rockwellscameraphone:

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Chiwan Choi, the founder of Writ Large Press, posted this photo on his Facebook, and Jessica Ceballos, curator or The Bluebird Reading Series, brought it to my attention. It’s a stunning photo that Chiwan, Rockwell’s resident DTLA photographer, took while riding the bus. I love it for…

a photo i took on the bus is up at rockwellscameraphone.

tumblangeles:

over 30 LA based indie publishers. 

free poetry on demand.

on site book publications.

FREE.

moon-meat:

Eartha Kitt is my favorite moon-meat:

Eartha Kitt is my favorite

moon-meat:

Eartha Kitt is my favorite

(via yahighway)

cinelander:

and the Oscar goes to… 12 years a slave!!!

"overjoyed" by john ridley’s win for best adapted screenplay.
can’t. stop. laughing.

cinelander:

and the Oscar goes to… 12 years a slave!!!

"overjoyed" by john ridley’s win for best adapted screenplay.

can’t. stop. laughing.

hueyfreemanonlyspeaksthetruth:

I’m guessing this is how a lot of us feel as we keep seeing white men not getting convicted after murdering black kids…

new track from one of the smartest and coolest young artists in DTLA.