Donna Bryson recently profiled CAL member Manuel Ramos in a feature in the Los Angeles Times. “Ramos puts Latinos back in the picture. He is known as a crime writer, but that doesn’t quite capture what he does. His books are love stories, political dramas, mordant cautionary tales. Characters who are Latino, black and white, artists, professionals and laborers, are described in staccato chapters, like a catchy corrido,” writes Bryson. You can read the complete profile here.