Buried in the rich symbolism of Lord of the Flies, Tania Runyan finds a poem for the conch.
What was supposed to be an “author-sitting” stint turned into a Scotland road trip for a young grad student and Jorge Luis Borges.
“The House of Seven Gables” by Nathaniel Hawthorne is more Gothic romance than ghost tale; whatever the genre, it remains a fascinating story.
“Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens is one of his best and most beloved novels, one he initially described as “fine, new, and grotesque.”
In 1922, everything changed in literature, as James Joyce’s “Ulysses” and T.S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land” brought modernism to fiction and poetry.
Faulkner House Books is a literary landmark in New Orleans – the place where William Faulkner wrote stories, poems and the novel “Soldier’s Pay.”
The teachers we have in middle school and high school can have a profound influence on how we understand and appreciate poetry throughout our lives.
The question of art, children’s poetry, and the scientific uses of poetry–It’s all in this week’s Top Ten Poetic Picks!