Native American Heritage Month: both a great time for the vast histories of Native nations, and also the time to celebrate the contemporary lives, arts and cultures of Indigenous people in the 21st century. Check out these 6 authors and their recorded talks from past National Book Festivals.
Check out the new collection of personal papers from Wyandot poet and folklorist Bertrand N. O. Walker (Hen-Toh), now available at the Library's Manuscript Division reading room. Click for a preview of his drafts, typed-up poems and other writings.
Check out our preview Q&A with historian Simon Schama ahead of his "Live! at the Library" event—a conversation with Dr. Atul Gawande about Schama's book "Foreign Bodies: Pandemics, Vaccines, and the Health of Nations"—this Thursday night.
Halloween may be behind us, but we read horror and thrillers deep into the colder months too. Check out these talks from authors who have been featured at the Library's National Book Festivals throughout the years. Get a glimpse into the minds of those who write horror.