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by JZ Bingham, VP Acquisitions, Editor-in-Chief,  Balcony 7 Media and Publishing Avid readers in the Los Angeles area looking for an eclectic mix of fiction series may look no further than their own backyard. Balcony 7 Media and Publishing, based in Pasadena, offers “an intriguing mix of titles,” according to the Library Journal. With a […]

My Twins

by Jessica on March 15, 2016

by Erika M. Martínez My nephews turned eight years old this month. When I spoke to my sister she told me that instead of having a party they would go shopping for new bicycles. It’s still hard to believe that they are in second grade, that they love to sing in the children’s choir at […]

Happy Friday, friends!! I hope you’re gearing up for a relaxing and fun weekend ahead. We have an event coming up on Monday 4/27 that is already shaping up to be a really special evening. April Dammann is the author of a new biography about Corita Kent that is being put out by one of […]

April Events!

by Jessica on March 26, 2015

April is on the way and bringing lots of fun things along with it. Yes, April brings Coachella but in the book world we care more about the Festival of Books which is taking place April 18 & 19. We’ll definitely be set up with a few booths so please come say hi. But if […]

Our own wonderful President and CEO, Allison Hill wrote a piece on LA’s publishing scene for the Pasadena Star News. The piece is below and if you’d like to see the source, click here!     Many of Los Angeles’ best restaurants are located in strip malls. L.A.’s publishing scene is equally hidden and surprising; […]

Someday I’ll have something substantive to say.  Until that day, thank god other people have websites! This has already been noted elsewhere, but click through and read this post at Black Plastic Glasses on “Why Ebooks Must Fail.” (And, as always, read the comments.)  If I’m understanding it correctly, the argument in this post is […]

This and That, Here and There

by Patrick on March 25, 2009

Today is a bastard of a day.  Wednesday’s nearly always are.  Thankfully, there are links to distract us: Am I the only one who doesn’t follow any famous people on Twitter?  Now, if Shaquile O’Neal talked about bookselling and book covers all day long, then maybe he’d be worth a follow.  Anwyay, here’s the LA […]

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