These Webcasts are from the CyberLC page, which features lectures, events, conferences and interviews of some of the nation's best known writers and thinkers. For example, you can listen to Lawrence Levine and Cornelia Levine discuss their recent book about FDR, "The People and the President." Or hear Hilary Mac Austin and Kathleen Thompson talk about their new book, "Children of the Depression."
The Library is already making plans for the third National Book Festival, to be held on the National Mall on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We hope you can join us, but if you can't be here in person, these Webcasts from last year's celebration will bring you here in spirit.
Check back on The Library Today Web page for news of this year's festival date and events. The Library Today is where to get the latest information about the nation's library -- from News from the Library of Congress or a Calendar of Events to Poetry 180, a Web site from Poet Laureate Billy Collins.
A. [National Book Festival], 1992, by Dyer
B. Poetry 180 Web site (www.loc.gov/poetry/180)