Los Angeles Times “Innovator’s Award” marks how far LOA has come—and where it’s going
Free for teachers: Two essential histories of twentieth-century Americans at war
World War II honor roll: LOA donors dedicate gifts to veterans
Photo tour: Walt Whitman’s New Jersey, scene of his recovery and final rest
Fifty Years with Ferlinghetti
Remembering “the Proteus of American poets,” W. S. Merwin, 1927–2019
Revisiting Portnoy’s complaints, 50 years later, with Bernard Avishai
Join us! Library of America calls for summer 2019 interns
Library of America honored with Los Angeles Times Innovator’s Award for bringing cultural heritage “into the future”
New exhibitions humanize three twentieth century writers
Long-awaited expiration of copyright law is “a boon for readers,” and for LOA
LOA selected as host for Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows program; applicants for Outreach Programs Manager sought
Coming attractions: A little Moonlight shines on Beale Street
Forthcoming: Fall 2019
Mindy Aloff: George Balanchine, the Shakespeare of dance—and our contemporary
St. John the Divine and LOA celebrate Madeleine L’Engle’s 100th birthday with words and music
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