Death Comes is the second entry in Sue Hallgarth’s Willa Cather and Edith Lewis mystery series. The first was On the Rocks (2013). There is no hint of a sophomore slump in this second novel. It’s the exact opposite — Hallgarth knocks it out of the park with […]
This fall I had planned on doing a walking tour of Willa Cather sites in Manhattan, but a foot injury has temporarily put the kibosh on long walks for me. However, last week I was able to make it to the new Willa Cather exhibit that recently opened […]
Yesterday I made a pilgrimage to Jaffrey, NH to visit the graves of Willa Cather and her life-long partner Edith Lewis. The last time I visited, in 2014, there was snow up to my thighs in some areas. I wanted to avoid that to be able to […]
Last weekend I had the opportunity to volunteer for the Willa Cather Foundation (WCF). The WCF’s headquarters is located in Red Cloud, Nebraska. I live in Connecticut. If I lived closer I’d regularly volunteer in some capacity, so when the call came out for volunteers in the Greater […]
Stamped image on the first edition (1948) cloth cover of The Old Beauty and Others by Willa Cather. WSC stands for Willa Sibert Cather, but what is the meaning behind the imagery?