The Executive Director of Writers & Books, (the literary arts center in Rochester, NY) and prior Executive Director of Cave Canem Foundation (Brooklyn, NY) on the shared love of reading and growing up with a two-room public library in the rural hamlet of Readfield, Maine.
Anthony J. Mohr reflects on growing up in Beverly Hills in the ’60’s.
Filmmaker Mara Ahmed and art historian Claudia Pretelin share a tender epistolary dialogue about art, memory, language and becoming
Mason Street Review welcomes the author and journalist as he reminisces about his childhood in Qatar, and what the availability of libraries means to him
The celebrated poet and author recalls the libraries of her youth
by Nicole R. Zimmerman
The United States Poet Laureate Emeritus reflects on libraries, wonder and discovery.
The best-selling author David Baldacci on the magical books of his childhood, Encyclopedia Brown, The Three Investigators, and the vital importance of libraries
Special guest authors Charles Todd and Caroline Todd share their library memories!
Special guest author Lois Lowry kicks off our new column and shares her own library memories!