Gatsby as noir: The genesis of Ross Macdonald’s Black Money
Museum exhibition presents Thoreau’s journal as a monument to the examined life
In Berkeley, a big series claims the big screen for Women Crime Writers
Help LOA bring Alexander Hamilton’s writings to American high school teachers
Photos: A short tour of Walden Pond before Henry David Thoreau’s bicentennial
Library of America welcomes A. Scott Berg and Michael Bierut to new leadership roles
Seven writers, including Alexander Hamilton and Frederick Law Olmsted, enter New York State Writers Hall of Fame
35 years and a night to remember [Photos]
Photos: New American Writers Museum in Chicago celebrates written word as a democratic medium
Forthcoming from Library of America: Winter–Spring 2018
Documentary project locates Walt Whitman’s “multitudes” in today’s Deep South
2017 Whiting Awards support emerging writers—and match them with Library of America authors
LOA remembers Robert Silvers, 1929–2017
Library of America announces World War I and America grants for 65 organizations in 36 states
What the National Endowment for the Humanities has meant for Library of America
A ’73 odyssey and a ’16 home: Albert Murray and Harvard University
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