Ishmael in Warsaw: Daniel Aaron’s Polish Journal
Kimberly King Parsons salutes Eileen Myles, Denis Johnson, and other voices she “would follow anywhere”
Photos: Wendell Berry and friends celebrate What I Stand On
Wendell Berry, “The Rise”
LOA celebrates Herman Melville’s 200th birthday with his Complete Poems
Booth Tarkington, “The Need of Money”
Coming attractions: LOA hits the trail, rounds up four classics in The Western
We will film them on the beaches: Darryl F. Zanuck’s The Longest Day
Nancy Hale, “The Empress’s Ring”
Thomas Mallon on Booth Tarkington: “he sees things through to their bitter, true conclusion”
John Logan on James Fenimore Cooper: “Dive in and get reading”
Liza Wieland: From Dickinson to Mary Oliver, a lineage of poets behind Paris, 7 A.M.
Nathaniel Hawthorne, “A show of wax-figures”
Forthcoming: Spring–Summer 2020
The Forties we thought we knew: Facing the Abyss with George Hutchinson
Washington Irving, “Rip Van Winkle”
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