I came across a piece in the north shore news last week on the edward curtis project.
A letter from Peter Zheutlin leads to yet another chain of thoughts.
The healthcare debate in the US is, of course, not just about access to doctors and treatments, but also about how the U.S. sees itself.
Last night I had the pleasure of attending the latest ‘Poet in the City’ event, Island Voices.
Who would disagree with Jack Kerouac’s assessment of the Swiss-born American photographer, who died at the age of 94 on 9th September.
n the midst of the very sad news that author Toni Morrison passed away on 5 August 2019, aged 88 years old, we shine a light on one of Morrison’s many items held in the Library’s collection: the beautiful, ‘Five Poems’ – a fine press book with illustrations by Kara Walker.
Something else became apparent, that the agency, influence and continuing significance of islands in and around the Pacific Ocean is often undervalued.
It turns out there really is a celebratory day for everything (yes, we’re still enjoying yesterday’s International Cat Day moment), and 9 August is no exception. Happy Book Lovers Day!
While many may be captivated by the US political scene today (and its constant evolution), I recently lost myself in over 60 years of American electoral history while working on a new donation to the Library.
The atmosphere of the crowd was one of eagerness and total awe as Atwood spoke of her journey to writing The Testaments, and as she recalled the world setting which brought about the idea for The Handmaid’s Tale almost four decades ago.
National Poetry Day is a UK-wide celebration of poetry held annually in October.
October is Black History Month in the UK and has been celebrated here for nearly 40 years.