General Admission: Complimentary
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Join us for our year end party featuring Meghan Daum in conversation with Sandra Tsing Loh. Plus live music, wine and some nibbles.
Meghan Daum is a columnist for the Los Angeles Times and the author of the essay collection My Misspent Youth. She is also the author of Life Would Be Perfect If I Lived in That House and The Quality of Life Report, a novel. Her essays and reviews have appeared in The New Yorker, Harper’s, The New York Times Book Review, Vogue, and other publications. She has also contributed to NPR’s Morning Edition, Marketplace, and This American Life. Meghan has appeared several times on the Live Talks Los Angeles stage, interviewing Molly Ringwald, Anna Quindlen and Francine Prose. Visit her website.
Sandra Tsing Loh’s work ranges from off-Broadway solo shows (Aliens in America, Bad Sex with Bud Kemp) to radio commentaries on NPR’s Morning Edition and on This American Life. Variety named her as one of America’s 50 most influential comedians. Her weekly Loh Life and syndicated Loh Down on Science are broadcast on KPCC. A contributing editor for The Atlantic Monthly, her memoir The Mad Woman in the Volvo: My Year of Raging Hormones, based on her Best American Essay 2012 on menopause, was published by W.W. Norton in May, 2014. Her previous books include Mother on Fire, A Year in Van Nuys and Depth Takes a Holiday. Her new solo show Burning Woman, developed by the Sundance Theatre Lab, will premiere in 2015.