#Harper Lee

Why You Should Reread TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD as an Adult

Many of us read the Harper Lee classic, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, in school, but how much of it went over our heads, and how much remains all too timely?

NYT Sues to Have Harper Lee’s Will Unsealed, and Wins

On Tuesday, Harper Lee's will was unsealed, raising new questions and continuing old debates about the author's legacy and what she would have wished for her books going forward.

Reading As Survival

One reader on turning to books to deal with post-election hopelessness.

Cover Face-Off: Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

Let your voice be heard!  Which version of the Go Set a Watchman cover do you prefer? Hardcover or the paperback version?

Why Do We Accept Unlikable Characters On the Screen but Not the Page?

On our tendency to forgive unlikability from characters on the big and small screens, but not from literary characters.

Thank You, Nelle Harper Lee

What Harper Lee meant to one aspiring writer.

Bye, Boo: My Love to Harper Lee

On Harper Lee, they "heart and whole of my complicated Southern vocabulary."

Harper Lee Has Died

Harper Lee, beloved author of To Kill a Mockingbird, has passed away at the age of 89

Southern Lovin’

Do You Love Southern Lit? What makes you crave it?

On Learning to Love the New Scout and Atticus

Months ago, I wrote about how nervous I was that I wouldn’t like Go Set a Watchman. After reading Kakutani’s ...