Last year, I asked every Chautauqua and Literary Scientific Circle author I interviewed what book they would want with them if they were on a desert island. I was fascinated by the responses, and so I decided to ask every CLSC author this year a different question: What book changed their life?
The vast vocabulary and thoughtful sentences spoken from 11-year-old Ella Spremulli’s lips defy her youth. Her favorite activity is to
Everyone starts with some sort of family unit — whether it be immediate family, extended family, neighbors, friends — and
The Chautauqua Literary Arts Friends announced the winners of their annual writing contests Sunday on the front porch of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
Writers looking for some post-season fun may be able to find it with the Chautauqua Writers’ Center Fall Poetry Workshop.
With the ringing of the bells, another year of reading has begun for the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
The workshops for Week Nine at the Chautauqua Writers’ Center for the season will help students achieve their dreams and
Shakespeare writes in The Merchant of Venice that “all that glisters is not gold; often have you heard that told.”
The idea of “peace in the Middle East” is one that might seem far off today, but it wasn’t the
Knowledge, art, religion and music are not just tenets that don the four sides of the fountain on Bestor Plaza. They are motifs that weave through the lives and words and programs in Chautauqua.