Children’s Books Never Go Out of Style – Kathryn Starke | Guest Post

Fifteen years ago, I wrote a children’s book to teach the seven continents to my second-grade students who could not imagine a world outside of their own community. Amy’s Travels became the first children’s picture book to teach all seven continents. Based on the true story of my college suitemate Amy, the example of Latina […]

Louise Glück Awarded 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature

The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2020 has been awarded to the American poet Louise Glück. The announcement of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2020, presented by Mats Malm, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, on 8th October 2020. for her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence universal.

The Overlooked Discovery – Peter McCabe | Guest Post

An opinion about whether Shakespeare’s dictionary has been discovered: It has. In 2014, two New York antique booksellers, George Koppelman and Daniel Wechsler, published their own book Shakespeare’s Beehive. Therein they announced that through the course of their work, they had discovered a dictionary called Baret’s Alvearie, published in 1580, thoroughly annotated from front to […]