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810.9 GRO : Grobel, Lawrence.     
      Endangered species : writers talk about their craft, their visions, their lives / Lawrence Grobel ; [ GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2001
810.9 HIG    
      Highway 99 : a literary journey through California's Great Central Valley / edited by Stan Yogi. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1996
      Highway 99 : a literary journey through California's Great Central Valley / edited by Stan Yogi. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1996
810.9 HUG : Hughes, Evan,     
      Literary Brooklyn : the writers of Brooklyn and the story of American city life / Evan Hughes. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2011
810.9 JAG : Jagusch, Sybille A.,     
      Japan and American children's books : a journey / Sybille A. Jagusch ; foreword by Carla D. Hayden ; GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
810.9 LAS : Laskin, David,     
      Partisans : marriage, politics, and betrayal among the New York intellectuals / David Laskin. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
810.9 LOP    
      Latino Los Angeles in film and fiction : the cultural production of social anxiety / Ignacio López-Ca GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2011
      Latino Los Angeles in film and fiction : the cultural production of social anxiety / Ignacio López-Ca GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2011
810.9 MIL : Miles, Barry,     
      The Beat Hotel : Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Corso in Paris, 1958-1963 / Barry Miles. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
810.9 MOR : Morgan, Bill,     
      The typewriter is holy : the complete, uncensored history of the Beat generation / Bill Morgan. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2010
810.9 NIC    
      Emerson, Thoreau, and the Transcendentalist movement [videorecording] / Ashton Nichols. GDL Central Library DVD:Available   DVD/Video 2006
      Emerson, Thoreau, and the Transcendentalist movement [videorecording] / Ashton Nichols. GDL Central Library DVD:Available   DVD/Video 2006
810.9 OFF      
      Off the page : writers talk about beginnings, endings, and everything in between / edited by Carole B GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2008
810.9 P 1985/86 pbk      
      A directory of American poets and fiction writers : names and addresses of 4,853 contemporary poets a GDL Central Library Reference:Available   Book 1980
810.9 PAR : Parini, Jay.     
      Promised land : thirteen books that changed America / Jay Parini. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2008
810.9 PEC : Peck, Dale.     
      Hatchet jobs : writings on contemporary fiction / Dale Peck. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2004
810.9 PIE : Pierpont, Claudia Roth.     
      Passionate minds : women rewriting the world / by Claudia Roth Pierpont. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2000
810.9 RAT : Rather, Lois,     
      Bohemians to hippies : waves of rebellion / Lois Rather. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available   Book 1977
810.9 ROL    
      The Rolling stone book of the Beats : the Beat Generation and American culture / edited by Holly Geor GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
      The Rolling stone book of the Beats : the Beat Generation and American culture / edited by Holly Geor GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
810.9 ROL 2002 : Rolfe, Lionel,     
      Literary LA : expanded from the original classic & featuring the coffeehouse scene then and now / Lio GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available   Book 2002
810.9 SCH : Schreiner, Samuel Agnew.     
      The Concord quartet : Alcott, Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau, and the friendship that freed the American GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2006
810.9 SHI : Shirinian, Lorne,     
      Armenian-North American literature : a critical introduction : genocide, diaspora, and symbols / Lorn GDL Central Library Genocide Memorial Collection:Available   Book 1990
810.9 SHO : Showalter, Elaine.     
      A jury of her peers : American women writers from Anne Bradstreet to Annie Proulx / Elaine Showalter. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2009
810.9 SLA      
      Slave narratives / James Tackach, book editor. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2001
810.9 STA : Stavans, Ilan,     
      What is American literature? / Ilan Stavans. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2022
810.9 TOI : Tóibín, Colm,     
      Love in a dark time : and other explorations of gay lives and literature / Colm Tóibín. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2002
810.9 TYT : Tytell, John.     
      Passionate lives : D.H. Lawrence, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry Miller, Dylan Thomas, Sylvia Plath--in l GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1991
810.9 WAR : Warren, Kenneth W.     
      Black and white strangers : race and American literary realism / Kenneth W. Warren. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1993
810.9 WHI : Whitaker, Rick,     
      The first time I met Frank O'Hara : reading gay American writers / by Rick Whitaker ; photographs by GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2003
810.9 WHY      
      Why we write : 20 acclaimed authors on how and why they do what they do / edited by Meredith Maran. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2013
810.9 WOM      
      A woman like that : lesbian and bisexual writers tell their coming out stories / edited by Joan Larki GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
810.9 WRI      
      The writing life : writers on how they think and work : a collection from the Washington post book wo GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2003
810.9005 PEK : Pekar, Harvey.     
      The beats : a graphic history / text by Harvey Pekar et al. ; art by Ed Piskor et al. ; edited by Pau GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2009
810.9352 PHI : Phillips, Julie,     
      The baby on the fire escape : creativity, motherhood, and the mind-baby problem / Julie Phillips. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2022
810.9353 LAI : Laing, Olivia.     
      The trip to Echo Spring : on writers and drinking / Olivia Laing. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2014
810.9891 FOR    
      Forgotten bread : first-generation Armenian American writers / edited by David Kherdian ; with contri GDL Central Library Genocide Memorial Collection:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2007
      Forgotten bread : first-generation Armenian American writers / edited by David Kherdian ; with contri GDL Central Library Genocide Memorial Collection:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2007
810.9895 ASI      
      Asian-American writers / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1999
810.9896 CAM      
      The Cambridge companion to the Harlem Renaissance / edited by George Hutchinson. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:DUE 03-12-24   Book 2007
810.9896 EDW : Edwards, Brent Hayes,     
      Epistrophies : jazz and the literary imagination / Brent Hayes Edwards. GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2017
810.9896 FLA : Flake, Floyd H.     
      Practical virtues : everyday values and denotations for African American families / Floyd H. Flake an GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2003
810.9896 GAT : Gates, Henry Louis.     
      The Henry Louis Gates, Jr. reader / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. ; edited by Abby Wolf. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2012
810.9896 GRI    
      Read until you understand : the profound wisdom of Black life and literature / Farah Jasmine Griffin. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
      Read until you understand : the profound wisdom of Black life and literature / Farah Jasmine Griffin. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
810.9896 MAJ      
      Major modern black American writers / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom. GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 1995
810.9896 MAS      
      Masterpieces of African-American literature / edited by Frank N. Magill. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:DUE 03-12-24   Book 1992
810.9896 TRA : Tracy, Steven C.     
      Hot music, ragmentation, and the bluing of American literature / Steven C. Tracy. GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2015
810.9928 Babbitt,N BAB : Babbitt, Natalie,     
      Barking with the big dogs : on writing and reading books for children / Natalie Babbitt ; introductio GDL Chevy Chase Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2018
810.9928 DEA : Dean, Michelle,     
      Sharp : the women who made an art of having an opinion / Michelle Dean. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2018
810.9928 ESS    
      The essential guide to children's books and their creators / Anita Silvey, editor. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Pacific Park Library Reference:Available   Book 2002
      The essential guide to children's books and their creators / Anita Silvey, editor. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Pacific Park Library Reference:Available   Book 2002
810.9928 GIL    
      Still mad : American women writers and the feminist imagination, 1950-2020 / Sandra M. Gilbert and Su GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Chevy Chase Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
      Still mad : American women writers and the feminist imagination, 1950-2020 / Sandra M. Gilbert and Su GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Chevy Chase Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2021
810.9928 THO : Thorsson, Courtney,     
      The sisterhood : how a network of Black women writers changed American culture / Courtney Thorsson. GDL Montrose Library Non-Fiction:DUE 02-27-24   Book 2023
810.9975 ROB : Roberts, Kim,     
      A literary guide to Washington, DC : walking in the footsteps of American writers from Francis Scott GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available   Book 2018
810.9979 CAM    
      The Cambridge companion to the literature of Los Angeles / [edited by] Kevin R. McNamara. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Central Library Reference Desk:Available   Book 2010
      The Cambridge companion to the literature of Los Angeles / [edited by] Kevin R. McNamara. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Central Library Reference Desk:Available   Book 2010
      The Cambridge companion to the literature of Los Angeles / [edited by] Kevin R. McNamara. GDL Central Library Glendale History Room Reference:Available, GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:Available, GDL Central Library Reference Desk:Available   Book 2010
810.9979 CRO : Crow, Charles L.,     
      California gothic : the dark side of the dream / Charles L. Crow. GDL Central Library Non-Fiction:In Cataloging   Book 2024
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