Exploring the unlikely friendship between two Black cultural icons—Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit—professor and playwright Will Power’s Fetch Clay, Make Man packs a punch with L.A...
U.S. Army Medical Corps veteran Richard Carlson ’60 on his Vietnam memoir, Mekong Medicine, and more
Dennis Patrick '73 returns to the family cattle ranch in Santa Ynez with his first novel—one of six new additions to the Occidental bookshelf
Ernest Lehman's screenplays for films such as North by Northwest helped define a generation of moviemaking. Biographer Jon Krampner '74 explores the life of this lauded yet elusive character
From Elizabeth Taylor to President Obama, George Stevens Jr. ’53 reflects on an unparalleled career from the backlots of Hollywood to the corridors of power in Washington, D.C.
New books by Oxy alumni, and Cooper Raiff ’19’s sophomore film cha-chas its way to Sundance glory
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Patt Morrison ’74 returns to a passion project with more tales from the Los Angeles River
Peter Quint ’87 channels his life experiences—as an educator, athlete, and advocate for the Deaf—into his debut novel, Resilient Silence
An illuminating new biography by Oxy professor Erica J. Ball examines the rags-to-riches story of America's first self-made woman millionaire
From New York City's "penny" papers to feminist manifestos for the revolution: new books and music by Oxy authors