January stretches out before us like a desolate wilderness raging with inclement weather. What better way to fill the hours than filming your own adaptation of Ulysses and uploading it to the Internet? Other writers who died 70 years ago with works now in the public domain include Virginia Woolf, Sherwood Anderson and Henri Bergson. Read More
In this week’s New York, Roger Lathbury recounts the story of how he almost published Hapworth 16, 1924–J.D. Salinger’s final book.
After years of correspondence and months spent laboring over Salinger’s eccentric specifications (“the highest grade of buckram bookbinding fabric” and plenty of space between lines so that “Seymour could breathe”), the Washington Read More