Author,  journalist

    Lorenza Muñoz joined the Los Angeles Times shortly after graduating from U.C. Berkeley.

    At the Times, she wrote more than 1,200 stories on entertainment, politics, crime, government and business over a 14-year career.


    She recently completed her first novel, The Weight of Flight, a multi-generational story about three women set in Mexico, the United States and Africa.


    She contributes to the Los Angeles Times and other publications and websites such as Newsweek Daily Beast and Smithsonian Magazine.  She has also been an adjunct professor of journalism at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication.


    Lorenza has been featured on numerous television and radio appearances including NPR, CNN and local stations and she has been quoted in the New York Times.


    She is currently a communications deputy for Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.



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