Announcing: The Spring 2016 Hamilton Tickets Giveaway
David Denby: Is it still possible to teach The Scarlet Letter in high school?
All the New World’s a stage for 2016’s major Shakespeare anniversary
LOA volumes, “equivalent of the Oscar statue,” play recurring role in prestigious Whiting Awards for emerging writers
NEH grant helps fund major LOA program marking 100th anniversary of U.S. entry into World War I
Abigail Adams on the divisive election of 1800: “universal confusion will be the concequence”
In New York, starry names highlight a 100th birthday party for Shirley Jackson
Reinhold Niebuhr, Barack Obama, and the sense of a reality that “judges yet forgives”
Rediscovered: The “audacious,” “charming,” “fully alive” late memoirs of Henry James
Fifty years on, Fiddler on the Roof isn’t just a Jewish thing
Forthcoming from Library of America: Summer–Fall 2016
New York exhibition showcases Lynd Ward as both pioneering graphic novelist and master illustrator
Women Crime Writers: Dolores Hitchens resurgence continues with four new e-books
LOA’s Women Crime Writers goes to the movies with week-long New York City series
Alexis de Tocqueville collaboration results in long-running partnership—and now, a special seminar
African American Poetry:
An Anthology from the Beginnings to Now
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