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March Lineup of Literary Events

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Save the Date: Meg Medina to Speak on Children’s Literature

Banner for the Library's "Live! at the Library" series.

Our Exciting Lineup for February: Celebrating Valentine’s Day and Honoring Black History Month

Novelist Ann Patchett and former National Ambassador for Young People's Literature Kate DiCamillo talking onstage in the Coolidge Auditorium on Oct. 19, 2023 about literary friendship. Credit: Edmond Joe

What We Can’t Wait For in 2024

Selfie photo of Meg Medina and Ada Limón smiling together

A Year in Literary Programs: Highlights from U.S. Poet Laureate, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, and Us!

U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón in front of the Library of Congress.

The Laureate Begins a Climate Assessment . . . and Ends Up on The Weather Channel

Galleys, Catalogs, Spreadsheets and Research: an Intern’s Semester with LIT

Remembering Pulitzer-Prize Winning Novelist Willa Cather on Her 150th Birthday

Image of Europa Clipper between Jupiter and the moon Europa, with text, "Final Boarding Call! Send your Name to Jupiter's Moon.

Add Your Signature to “Message in a Bottle” and Help Us Get to 2 Million!

Native American Authors for Your Reading List