Researchers Have Found Two New Pages in Anne Frank’s Diary. Should We Read Them?Her diary is an important public artifact, but maybe she still deserves some privacy
May 25 2017 - Dani Spencer
Aug 4 2010 - Electric Literature
Two upcoming events ask: Who's still not being heard?
Apr 19 2019 - Jennifer Baker
The author discusses her very personal connection to a new edition of the 19th-century vampire novel "Carmilla"
Apr 18 2019 - Theodore McCombs
What we lose when Indonesian writing is evaluated according to Anglophone preferences
Apr 11 2019 - Tiffany Tsao
Sarah Blake's "Naamah" imagines the story from the perspective of Noah's wife
Apr 10 2019 - Brian Gresko
Growing up, finally, with Mary McCarthy's 1954 novel "The Group"
Apr 9 2019 - Alba Wagtail
Martine Fournier Watson, author of "The Dream Peddler," explores the symbolism of dreams in literature
Apr 9 2019 - Martine Fournier Watson
"The Library Book" is a gimlet-eyed history of this beloved public institution