Our Town for Our Time: How Thornton Wilder’s Play Speaks to a Changing America and Around the World
Fernando A. Flores on The Quixote Cult, a lost border novel that “depicts a time and place like no other”
Adopt this book: Aldo Leopold: A Sand County Almanac & Other Writings on Ecology and Conservation
Lorenz Hart and Morrie Ryskind, “Shakespeares of 1922”
From Edward Hirsch, an “intensely personal” attempt to define the American experience through poetry
John James Audubon, “The Eccentric Naturalist”
Our Town: A play about the ways we remember and misremember the past
Thornton Wilder, “Eddy Greater”
Jarred McGinnis: The boundary-pushing American authors who taught this emigrant how to write
In-person again at last, 2022 Whiting Awards support writers with funding and LOA books
Donald Barthelme, “The School”
Edith Wharton, “Mrs. Manstey’s View”
Adopt this book: Carson McCullers: Complete Novels
Lighting the way: 2022 National Black Writers Conference documents resilience and resistance
Why The Great Gatsby is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s finest hour—and why an authoritative text matters
Ring Lardner, “Rhythm”
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