Our resident scholar has spent his first week in self-quarantine thinking about Mark Twain, coronavirus, and the Civil War.
An anti-democratic dismissal circulates during election season, falsely attributed to Mark Twain. Where did it actually come from?
In our effort to preserve the history of the Underground Railroad in Elmira, and Mark Twain’s familial connection to that history, we are grateful to the Ohio History Connection for allowing us to reproduced relevant letters written by Susan Crane and John W. Jones.
The late George Steiner assessed American culture in his 1980 essay, “The Archives of Eden.”
Check out this unique multimedia resource focused on Mark Twain’s social network, created by Virgie Hoban and the Mark Twain Project.
A new documentary paints an intimate portrait of the actor who spent 63 years playing one of America’s most iconic historical figures.
A highly suspect, but entertaining pamphlet by Frank Kelsey, who purported to be Mark Twain’s drinking buddy.
Consider submitting a proposal for the NeMLA Convention in Boston in March.
What did the initial wave of reviewers of Mark Twain’s first book have to say about it?
This weekend marks the 150th Anniversary of the publication of Mark Twain’s first book-length work, The Innocents Abroad.