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U.S. copyright law makes thousands of classics free for all

Fans of old classics are now free to use and adapt stories, songs and films published in 1925 thanks to U.S. copyright laws’ protections for both the livelihoods of creators and the enjoyment of future generations.  Among the thousands of works that entered the public domain January 1, 2021, are classic novels, such as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, as well as the jazz standard “Sweet Georgia Brown” and songs by Gertrude “Ma” Rainey.

Auguste Corteau joins the Iowa Writers Workshop

This year's Iowa Writers' Workshop is taking place August 23-November 11, and will feature the participation of Auguste Corteau, joining more than 20 writers from all over the world in this prestigious program.

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Literature as Performance

Dedicated to "Literature as Performance", the conference will explore selected literary texts in the Greek language which were performed in a number of theatrical, liturgical or generally ritual contexts during the Greco-Roman, Byzantine, and Modern Greek periods.

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