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Op-Ed: My work on Alice Sebold's 'Lucky' helped get a wrongful rape conviction overturned
When I signed on to produce the film version of Alice Sebold's 'Lucky,' I could not have imagined I would help clear the record of Anthony Broadwater.
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Alice Sebold claims she saw no "debate" over racial justice in 1981. I don't buy it
Sebold apologized to the man exonerated in her 1981 rape, saying there was no debate over judicial injustice back then. A contemporary begs to differ.
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Lou Mathews, an L.A. author both legendary and overlooked, has his moment
Sampling chiles and rosé with an author whose influence in L.A. far exceeds his fame — though new novel "Shaky Town" might change that.
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Review: His father's legacy was addiction and neglect. How Obed Silva lived to tell the tale
In "The Death of My Father the Pope," Obed Silva, a gang member turned L.A. professor, plumbs his relationship with an abusive, alcoholic father.
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Nikole Hannah-Jones dives into the origins and language of 'The 1619 Project'
Nikole Hannah-Jones joined Times executive editor Kevin Merida for an insightful L.A. Times Book Club conversation about her book "The 1619 Project."
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Bestsellers List Sunday, December 5
Bestsellers List Sunday, December 5
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'I'm used to not winning': South African novelist Damon Galgut on his Booker Prize victory
Galgut's 'The Promise' tracks a fictional family as South Africa evolves. He talks to The Times about what his victory means for him and for Africa.
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