Every generation, My Fair Lady invites us back to the ball
Library of America’s Max Rudin: Philip Roth, native son
Library of America mourns the death of Philip Roth, 1933–2018
Remembering Tom Wolfe, New Journalism pioneer and champion of literary realism, 1930–2018
Nick Offerman: Wendell Berry’s works are a multi-plattered feast
Flashback: When Elmore Leonard, a “rising young writer of Western novels,” debuted (sort of) in The New Yorker
Radio special hosted by Meryl Streep honors women who forever changed American poetry
Library of America remembers Life Trustee J. D. McClatchy, 1945–2018
Documentary GI Jews lends new texture to the American World War II saga
Listen: “The Republic of Verse” now open to all who will hear
Museum exhibition: For Tennessee Williams, the play was the thing (that kept him going)
The Battle of Huế, fifty years later: the first draft of history as “a vital public service”
Wendell Berry: My literary friendships
Fellow writers remember Ursula K. Le Guin, 1929–2018
Neil Gaiman on Ursula K. Le Guin: “a magic of true speaking”
Library of America calls for summer 2018 interns
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