New exhibitions humanize three twentieth century writers
Long-awaited expiration of copyright law is “a boon for readers,” and for LOA
LOA selected as host for Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows program; applicants for Outreach Programs Manager sought
Coming attractions: A little Moonlight shines on Beale Street
Forthcoming: Fall 2019
Mindy Aloff: George Balanchine, the Shakespeare of dance—and our contemporary
St. John the Divine and LOA celebrate Madeleine L’Engle’s 100th birthday with words and music
A-list actors to bring Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America to life onstage in New York
No tricks, all treats: For Halloween, we present LOA’s terrifying Top Five
LOA greets friends old and new in return appearance at Brooklyn Book Festival
Intern guest post: The “irrepressible cry” in a novel of social critique
Intern guest post: An author who wrote all about, and for, flawed women
LOA Harlem Renaissance eBooks continue with the poet dubbed “the Black Keats”
Acquiring literary estate, Smith College celebrates Madeleine L’Engle in her centenary year
Free copies of American Speeches now available for U.S. high school teachers
Local students visit LOA to learn about a new “Wrinkle” in a beloved classic
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