John O’Hara: “an important American writer who has been unjustly neglected”
John O’Hara, “Agatha”
The Natural is a sports movie that swings for the fences—and knocks it out of the park
Sherwood Anderson, “Unlighted Lamps”
Leopoldine Core: Nella Larsen’s radical Passing and other influences on When Watched
Tinseltown meets the Great White Way: Classic musicals that thrived on stage and screen
Ursula K. Le Guin, “Imaginary Countries”
Oliver Wendell Holmes, “The Deacon’s Masterpiece”
The career zenith of Elmore Leonard, “the most cinematic novelist in the English language”
John Muir, “Save the Redwoods”
Dark, sexy, funny: What makes Out of Sight the best film version of an Elmore Leonard novel
55 organizations in 25 states and DC win funding in Round One of LOA’s World War I and America initiative
Willa Cather, “The Enchanted Bluff”
Forthcoming from Library of America: Spring–Summer 2017
Faith and faithfulness in John Huston’s Wise Blood
Purple Noon: A superior take on The Talented Mr. Ripley
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