In 1992, Gore Vidal used Mark Twain’s characters to allegorize what he believed might be the last U.S. presidential election.
The scrapbook of Warner T. McGuinn reveals much about his resistance to segregation and voter suppression in early 20th century Baltimore.
Event is free and open to the public! Festivities start on November 6 at 8pm.
Join the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, CT. for a night of thoughtful hilarity with special guest John Hodgman! Hodgman is a writer, comedian, and actor best known for his time on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, This American Life, HBO’s Bored to Death, and the “Mac vs. PC” series of ads for Apple computers (he was the PC). He is the NYT-bestselling author of five books of humor, including the […]
The St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Mark Twain Lecture Series Presents Laughing to the Polls with Jordan Klepper
All talks from the two-day event are now available
The oldest volunteer theater company in California brings David Birney’s adaptation of Mark Twain’s Eden diaries to your screen of choice.
The Friends of Woodlawn Cemetery and the Alfred State College School of Masonry are working together to preserve one of Elmira’s most important historical treasures
Amy Kaplan’s scholarship presents important challenges for Twain Studies.
The first Major League Baseball game in Buffalo since 1885 has multiple connections to Mark Twain.