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.
Toni Morrison will be remembered as many things, but she was also one of the most incisive critics of Mark Twain.
Synopsis of 2019 Clemens Conference in Hannibal, Missouri.
A group of forty-six K-12 teachers, librarians, and other educators gathered in Elmira this week for the 2019 Summer Teachers Institute to discuss the challenges and opportunities created by using Mark Twain’s life and work with students from “Generation Z.” The Institute was led by Dr. Jocelyn Chadwick, a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, recent President of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), and author […]
A repository of links related to the 2019 Summer Teachers Institute.
The Mark Twain Circular is a newsletter published by the Mark Twain Circle which has been in continuous publication since 1987, offering anywhere from two to twelve issues a year. The new editor of the Circular, James W. Leonard (The Citadel), has digitized the back issues, creating a valuable resource for Twain scholars and aficionados, new and old. The Circular features updates on the activities and projects of the Mark […]