Dorothy Parker, “The Jest”
New exhibitions humanize three twentieth century writers
Long-awaited expiration of copyright law is “a boon for readers,” and for LOA
George McMillan, “The Ordeal of Bobby Cain”
Story of the Week: Edgar Allan Poe, “MS. Found in a Bottle”
John O’Hara in the 1930s: “he habitually told Americans the truth about themselves”
LOA selected as host for Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows program; applicants for Outreach Programs Manager sought
The Top 10 Story of the Week selections of 2018
John O’Hara, “Joey on the Cake Line”
Coming attractions: A little Moonlight shines on Beale Street
James Fenimore Cooper reveals “deeply hidden truths” about the American Revolution
Leslie Perri, “Space Episode”
Forthcoming: Fall 2019
John Updike, Pennsylvania, and “the matter of America”
Ruthanna Boris, “I Remember Balanchine”
Mindy Aloff: George Balanchine, the Shakespeare of dance—and our contemporary
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