A correspondence corner for not-so-famous lost words
The Innisfree Poetry Bookstore and Café in Boulder, Colorado, sells beverages, pastries, and poetry—nothing else.
A new anthology of humorous writing joins the shelf of illustrious literary classics.
A con man, his son, and a fiction on two levels
Orator Joyce Carol Oates and poet Henri Cole at the Phi Beta Kappa Literary Exercises
The author will speak, and the poet will read, on May 24.
Chicano writer Manuel Muñoz ’94 mines the “humanizing effect of literature.”
The political and cultural columnist is headed to New York magazine.
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
Harvard biologist Naomi Pierce confirms the Russian author’s theory about the winged creatures’ migration and evolution.
The Radcliffe Institute’s “Why Books?” conference touches on a timely theme.