Publisher David Godine has built a renowned independent press from an early interest in letterpress printing.
Honoring Jack Kerouac
On the road in Lowell, Massachusetts, to pay tribute to the "King of the Beats."
Should You Allow Your Manuscript to Be Archived?
By capturing the papers of authors, libraries try to capture the feeling of an era.
A Writer in a World of Spirits
Living in an African village was like living in an anti-artists' colony, until the author discovered the secret of spirits.
Writing With Light: A Profile of Kelly Wise
Kelly Wise photographs writers, from Amiri Baraka to Mary McCarthy, when he's been struck by their words and ideas.
David Godine's Yellow Brick Road
With the craftsmanship of a fine jeweler, eclectic publisher David Godine produces exquisite books of fine writing.
News and Trends
PEN Fund for Writers and Editors With AIDS
A newly established fund will award grants to editors, writers, and playwrights with AIDS.
Ploughshares Signs Writers' Union Contract
Ploughshares and National Writers' Union sign the first labor contract for poets and fiction writers.
New Publisher Includes Literary List
British American Publishing releases ten books in the spring of 1989 under the Paris Review Editions imprint.