All 2023 Quarry Farm Fellows will reside for an extended period at historic Quarry Farm
Join us in welcoming the 2020 Class of Quarry Farm Fellows!
Professor Todd N. Thompson (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) reflects on his weeks as a fellow at Quarry Farm.
Linda A Morris discusses her recent Quarry Farm Fellowship and her work in progress about Susy Clemens.
Please join us in congratulating these excellent scholars!
EDITOR’S NOTE: For the first time, in 2018, we welcomed undergraduates interested in American Literature and Mark Twain to apply for a modified Quarry Farm Fellowship, which included a short stay at Quarry Farm to support a research or writing project. Our first recipients were Mona Beydoun and Samantha DeRosia. Samantha graduated from Eastern Michigan University this past year, while Mona will begin her senior year at EMU in the Fall. […]
Gretchen Sharlow is the Director Emerita of the Elmira College Center for Mark Twain Studies. Two downloadable lectures from Victor Doyno are available at the end of Director Sharlow’s rememberance. By showcasing Professor Doyno’s contributions to Mark Twain Studies and his support to CMTS, we hope to honor this seminal Twain scholar. Victor Doyno died on November 16, 2016, at the age of 79. Dr. Doyno contributed significantly to […]
Quarry Farm’s only year-round resident, Caretaker Steve Webb, provides us with occasional, not altogether reliable, updates from the premises. To paraphrase the friendly ghost with whom he shares his home, Mr. Webb’s dispatches include eminently plausible fictions, mildly exaggerated truths, and an exhaustless mine of stupendous lies. The breeze pushed through the window screen just hard enough to float the curtains away from the wall and split them a few inches […]