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          Anthony Veasna So, a Cambodian American fiction writer, died Dec. 8 at age 28. His highly anticipated first book, ‘Afterparties,’ will be out in August.

          Taschen’s “The Library of Esoterica,” a series that begins with “Tarot” and “Astrology,” honors the history of mysticism and its democratization.

          Where to start with the novels of John Le Carré, who died Saturday, and where to go — from George Smiley to the semi-confessional “A Perfect Spy” and more.

          2020 decimated our cultural and entertainment institutions. Artists have readjusted their ways of working. Many wonder if they can continue their craft even after the pandemic. Yet we’ve also seen resilience and creativity.

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          Reading in the time of coronavirus

          Across the city on Thanksgiving weekend, indie bookstores greeted lines of customers, kicking off a holiday season of high promise and existential concern.

          Karla Cornejo Villavicencio talks about her eye-opening book “The Undocumented Americans” and what it taught her about herself. She’ll join the LAT Book Club on Dec. 15.

          Forget the ugly-sweater parties. Grab a to-go coffee and shelter in place with these excellent books, columnist Gustavo Arellano writes.

          ReedPop announced Tuesday that it was retiring BookExpo, the largest publishing convention in the U.S. Some say its decline was inevitable, even before COVID.

          The mood during the first-ever all-virtual 2020 National Book Awards was upbeat yet emotional. It was also the last ceremony for Lisa Lucas.

          After a panel for the Festival of Books, Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses his forthcoming novel ‘The Committed,’ the sequel to ‘The Sympathizer.’

          This week’s all-virtual lineup in the 2020 Festival of Books features chats with Kurt Andersen, Emily Bernard and a performance by the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.

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          Festival of Books

          • For four weeks starting October 18, the Los Angeles Times, in partnership with USC, will celebrate 25 years of the Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas with 25 individual virtual events. Given ongoing guidance related to COVID-19, the Times has reimagined the festival as a communitywide gathering to be held online.

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