Mark Sarvas

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The Los Angeles Review of Books Debuts a Preview Website - Posted April 18, 2011
The new Los Angeles Review of Books, originally scheduled to launch last October, has finally surfaced online -- albeit at a temporary address. A Tumblr blog set up at promises daily updates of essays, book reviews and interviews, with a more comprehensive website on the horizon. The site's first post:... [FishbowlLA]

Tomorrow 24-Hour Literary Marathon - Posted July 23, 2010
If you've ever thought to yourself that you can't get enough of literate people performing - here's your chance to prove it: A 24-hour literary marathon. Yes - an entire rotation around the sun of prose and the people who love them. Full announcement below: The Writers Junction To Host 24-Hour Literary Marathon Santa... [FishbowlLA]

Media Events 1.31.08 - Posted January 31, 2008
THURSDAY 1.31.08 WHAT: Reading and signing of The Long Embrace WHO: Author Judith Freeman WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Book Soup WHY: For Raymond Chandler fans, this book will illuminate ... [FishbowlLA]

Emily Gould--Why So Mean About Mark Sarvas? - Posted October 9, 2007
Emily Gould, over at Gawker, snipes at Mark Sarvas, our ... [FishbowlLA]

FBLA 20 Questions: Mark Sarvas - Posted October 8, 2007
The fragrant Mark Sarvas hosts the popular and controversial lit. blog The Elegant Variation. His debut novel, Harry, Revised, will be published by Bloomsbury in May 2008. He was able to find time to answer our pointless questions, and we ho... [FishbowlLA]

LA Times to Mash-Up Book Reviews, Op-Ed Sections - Posted March 5, 2007
LA Observed's posts about the LA Times move to combine the stand-alone book review and the op-ed section made the SF Chronicle. Heidi Benson got this ... [FishbowlLA]