Dissembling The Loner: 5 Books About Outsiders and Introverts

Column by Leah Dearborn June 2, 2016
Not all loners want to be alone, and that conflict makes them interesting fodder for fiction; they represent the push and pull of the inside and the out.
To Kill A Mockingbird

5 Remembrances of Harper Lee

News by Peter Derk
Harper Lee has left us. Here are 5 remembrances.

Is 'Go Set a Watchman' Really THAT Bad? (Spoiler: Kind of, yeah...)

Column by Leah Rhyne
As a lifelong fan of Harper Lee's one-and-previously-only "To Kill a Mockingbird," what did I think of "Go Set A Watchman"? Truth be told, it was kind of painful.

Truman Capote reviews 'Go Set a Watchman'

Column by Cath Murphy
Truman Capote joins us from the Eternal Hereafter to offer his views on his friend Harper Lee's new book, 'Go Set a Watchman.'
Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman

Harper Lee's THIRD Novel?

News by Peter Derk
Is there a THIRD Harper Lee manuscript out there?
Harper Lee Starts The Mockingbird Company

Harper Lee Starts The Mockingbird Company

News by Raine Winters
The nonprofit will ensure the legacy of To Kill a Mockingbird’s stage performances.

Gotcha! Six Epic Pranks Found in Literature

Column by Raine Winters
In celebration of April Fool's Day, here is a list of books containing famous scenes of tomfoolery.

Controversy Be Damned: My High Hopes for Harper Lee's New Novel

Column by Leah Rhyne
Despite the controversy inherent in the release of a novel 60 years in the making, my hopes are high for Harper Lee's second novel, "Go Set a Watchman". Here's why!

Five of the Juiciest Literary Lawsuits

Column by Jessica Meddows
The literary world is anything but free from lawsuit drama... read on for the most outrageous legal battles in literature.
Harper Lee, News

New Harper Lee Novel Coming Later This Year

News by Rob Hart February 3, 2015
'Go Set a Watchman', which was completed in the mid-1950s—before 'To Kill a Mockingbird', features Scout as an adult. And it's coming out in July.
New Harper Lee Memoir

Update: Marja Mills Did Not Have Harper Lee's Blessing for New Memoir

News by Max Booth III July 15, 2014
In 2001, Chicago Tribune journalist Marja Mills traveled to Monroeville, Alabama in search of something that no other journalist had been able to land: an interview with the reclusive Harper Lee.
Trademark Sought for ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Harper Lee Seeks Trademark for ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

News by Dean Fetzer September 23, 2013
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee is seeking rights to the title of her book when used on clothing – which is being contested by The Monroe County Heritage Museum in Monroeville, Alabama.
Harper Lee Sues to Reclaim Copyright to 'Mockingbird'

Harper Lee Sues to Reclaim Copyright to 'Mockingbird'

News by Christopher Shultz
The Pulitzer-winning author was allegedly duped by her former agent into signing her legal rights away.

Book Brawl: To Kill A Mockingbird vs. In Cold Blood

Column by Meredith Borders January 13, 2012
Today we pit childhood friends against each other in a Book Brawl between Truman Capote and Harper Lee!