Library of America marks thirty-five years as curator of America’s written heritage
Emily Dickinson exhibition reveals a human being behind the literary enigma
Library of America spoken here: Inside the Libreria Internazionale Luxemburg in Turin, Italy
Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s Four Saints sing again in new recording
Forthcoming from Library of America: Fall 2017
Game, set, match: Bill Gates names String Theory one of his five books of the year
Albert Murray saluted as writer, mentor, and friend at New York City’s 92nd Street Y
In London, LOA founding trustee receives major award for a lifetime of scholarship
Recommended books (and music) by U.S. military veterans trace a century of conflict
With It’s All One Case, a designer and collector has Ross Macdonald covered
The Centurions: Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray
55 organizations in 25 states and DC win funding in Round One of LOA’s World War I and America initiative
Forthcoming from Library of America: Spring–Summer 2017
Ursula K. Le Guin, “the emissary from Orsinia,” crosses borders and challenges expectations
Happy trails: Library of America co-stars in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton signoff
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s stark, unheeded “Warning” on slavery
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