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Melville on the Web: Moby Dick Big Read

Moby Dick Big Read has 135 readers bringing the book to life. Read More »

The World Is Still Too Much With Us

We have reached a moment in time when we basically have no time to be alone, to be free, to be disconnected and on our own. Technology is not at fault here; we only have ourselves to blame. Read More »

Book Review: Why Read Moby-Dick? by Nathaniel Philbrick

Thar she blows! She blows! She breaches! Read More »

Book Review: The Passages of H. M.: A Novel of Herman Melville by Jay Parini

We finally come to terms with man behind Moby Dick and why his work remains enigmatic today. Read More »

Book Review: Moby-Dick in Pictures: One Drawing for Every Page by Matt Kish

Herman Melville's classic novel visually rendered for today's digitally immersed culture. Read More »

Book Review: Twenty-Five Books That Shaped America: White Whales, Green Lights, and Restless Spirits by Thomas C. Foster

Breezy critical studies of the books that made America. Read More »

Sony Reader Adventure: Moby-Dick; or, The Whale by Herman Melville

A comparison of two side-by-side editions of the classic novel, one in traditional printed form and one digital ebook. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Confidence Man by Woodshed Collective

A "Choose Your Own Adventure" play, on a boat, under the Manhattan skyline – does it get much better? Read More »