Andrea Warren in her 2001 book for young readers, “Surviving Hitler: A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps,” told the harrowing and inspiring story of how a Polish boy from an upper middle-class family was swept up into World War II.
As the broader Kansas City cultural landscape reemerges from the depths of a pandemic, the Charlotte Street Foundation has inaugurated a new funding stream to benefit some of the community’s smallest creative organizations.
Chronicling the Great and Necessary Contradictions of an Artist
In his upcoming book, “Literary Alchemist: The Writing Life of Evan S. Connell,” Steve Paul turns his meticulous scrutiny toward the late author of “Mrs. Bridge” and “Mr. Bridge,” and reveals him to be so much more than “the late author of ‘Mrs. Bridge’ and ‘Mr. Bridge.’”
Arts News: New Book Traces Architectural History of KCAI
Architectural historian Cydney Millstein agreed to write what would become “The Kansas City Art Institute: Architecture & Innovation 1885-2020” not knowing what she’d uncover in the necessary research.
Online Linda Hall Library Exhibit Features Topical New Acquisitions
Lynn M. Osen’s “The Feminine Math-tique,” written in 1971, challenged yet another myth — the feminine math-tique — which encourages the notion that to enjoy mathematics is at variance with one’s womanhood.