Hollywood book lovers give starry support to LOA’s first Joan Didion volume
(Re)Introducing R. A. Lafferty, a “Master” for the past, present, and future
The Ursula K. Le Guin–Harold Bloom connection, and other news for Le Guin’s 90th birthday
He “lived and breathed literature”—Library of America remembers Harold Bloom, 1930–2019
New animated film honors Edward Field, WWII veteran and a hero on several fronts
March Sisters, Walt Whitman, and the Peanuts gang draw LOA fans at the 2019 Brooklyn Book Festival
All Hale! A chorus of critical praise greets an overlooked master
Meet LOA, and join the fun, at the 2019 Brooklyn Book Festival
Ishmael in Warsaw: Daniel Aaron’s Polish Journal
Photos: Wendell Berry and friends celebrate What I Stand On
Coming attractions: LOA hits the trail, rounds up four classics in The Western
Forthcoming: Spring–Summer 2020
Oklahoma! 2019: We belong to the land
Happy 200th birthday, Walt Whitman
J. D. McClatchy & Erica Lennard: Inside Walt Whitman’s “little old shanty” in Camden
Los Angeles Times “Innovator’s Award” marks how far LOA has come—and where it’s going
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