Tag Archive | novel

Yuletide Books: On display now in the Maryland Room

Get into the holiday spirit than by visiting the Special Collections Literature and Rare Books Collection in Hornbake Library! On display now in the Maryland Room are books written by celebrated authors about the holiday season or retelling classic tales. Visit the UMD Libraries hours website for our holiday hours – you definitely don’t want […]

Featured Novelist from Special Collections: Gertrude Stein

NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month – occurs annually every November. Each week this November, we wrote a post to celebrate the life of a novelist represented in the University of Maryland Special Collections. This is our last post for 2012, but we encourage any readers to continue their research of these fantastic writers–whether that […]

Featured Novelist from Special Collections: Jack Hoffenberg

Writing: “the most fun you can have with your clothes on.” –Jack Hoffenberg NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month – occurs annually every November. Join us each week as we celebrate the life of a novelist represented in the University of Maryland Special Collections! This week’s novelist is Jack Hoffenberg. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, […]

Featured Novelist from Special Collections: Hope Mirrlees

NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month – occurs annually every November. Join us each week as we celebrate the life of a novelist represented in the University of Maryland Special Collections! This week’s novelist is Hope Mirrlees. Her fiction includes  Madeleine: One of Love’s Jansenists, Lud-in-the-Mist, and Counterplot. Although printed copies of Mirrlees’s work are […]

Featured Novelist from Special Collections: Ferdinand Reyher

NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month – occurs annually every November. Join us each Monday as we celebrate the life of a novelist represented in the University of Maryland Special Collections! This week’s novelist is German-American Ferdinand Reyher. Ferdinand Reyher’s fiction includes The Man, the Tiger, and the Snake (1921), published by Putnam, and I […]

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