New from D.J. Waldie

| 1 Comment on Sunday notes the release of a new collection of essays from D.J. Waldie, Where We Are Now: Notes from Los Angeles, published by Angel City Press. Patt Morrison writes in the foreword, "The suburb is America’s lifeline and its punchline, and Waldie is its bard." Waldie's earlier books are Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir and Real City: Downtown Los Angeles Inside/Out.

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