Many may think of the word “vanishing” as one with negative connotations — things that are lost forever. Rick Hilles
The Hall of Philosophy is a sacred space for many Chautauquans — it’s where many of Chautauqua’s noted lecturers come
While writers-in-residence might grow close during their time at the Chautauqua Writers’ Center, the writers for Week Six are already
Nobody puts Emily St. John Mandel in a corner. Her first three novels often get classified as crime novels or
This week, the Young Readers program follows Theo and her unlikely band of friends in discovering the societal importance of art in Marx Fitzgerald’s book, Under the Egg.
Like Mary Shelley, Joan Murray found herself inspired by Percy Bysshe Shelley. He didn’t inspire her to write a genre-defining
Author urges engagement with veterans and their stories at reading
The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle Alumni Association held its annual Great American Picnic last Sunday on the lawn of the Literary Arts Center at Alumni Hall.
‘Are we through now?’ A reflection on E.L. Doctorow by CLSC reporter Ryan Pait
The Chautauqua Writers’ Center will welcome two Chautauqua veterans as its writers-in-residence for Week Five. Susan Choi will be Week