Marlon James, winner of the Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, to be interviewed by Tananarive Due for the LA Times Book Festival

On October 26, from 6pm to 7pm PDT, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas will feature Marlon James, whose Black Leopard Red Wolf received the inaugural Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, in conversation with Tananarive Due, award winning author, screenwriter, and prominent voice on Black horror and speculative fiction. Expect a lively discussion between two authors whose works range between the historical and the fantastic.

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, a mainstay of the West Coast literary calendar for a quarter of a century, has been reimagined as an expanded 4 week virtual event  for readers around the world. Beginning Sunday, October 18 and continuing through November 13, the LA Times Festival, in partnership with the University of California, will offer free readings, panel discussions, and other events highlighting stories and ideas from the best authors, filmmakers, musicians, and artists of our times.
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