Freedom Riders: Terror and profundity in eyewitness history of an epochal era
Emily Greene Balch, “Toward Human Unity”
Library of America spoken here: Inside the Libreria Internazionale Luxemburg in Turin, Italy
Library of America’s Top 10 Story of the Week selections of 2016
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John O’Hara, “Christmas Poem”
Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s Four Saints sing again in new recording
Shirley Jackson, “Biography of a Story”
Forthcoming from Library of America: Fall 2017
Dance of the damned: They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
William Cronon: The life, power, and magical prose of Loren Eiseley’s science and nature writing
Library of America calls for summer 2017 interns
Robert Hagy, “The Worst News That I Have Encountered in the Last 20 Years”
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
Loren Eiseley, “The Fifth Planet”
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