Octavia E. Butler: “I could become a writer, or I could die really young”
“I am blind in one eye and cannot hear high-frequency sounds; therefore I am an entomologist.”
David Quammen, editor of the new LOA edition of E. O. Wilson's works, summarizes the fascinating career of the famous naturalist.
LOA to publish a never-before-seen novel by the legendary author of Native Son
Adopt this book: Gertrude Stein: Writings 1932–1946
LOA LIVE: Online programs inspired by Library of America publications
Henry James, “The Real Thing”
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