Abby May Alcott’s diaries from 1852 and 1863 —
getting to know the real Amy March.
May Alcott Nieriker’s delightful foray into writing —
mentoring other women artists
Jack and Jill, using Concord, MA as the backdrop.
It’s time to finish the Little Women trilogy.
AND, a big reveal regarding …
… hopefully by the end of March.
That’s just a few things I have on tap. Here’s the important question:
What would you like to see on the blog this year?
Leave your comments.
Did you miss anything from 2016? Here’s a list of posts:
- Major acquisition by the Concord Library of Louisa May Alcott working manuscripts
- A present to yourself: Louisa May Alcott’s Christmas stories
- Happy Birthday Bronson and Louisa! Not a day over 217 and 184 😉
- An Old-Fashioned Louisa May Alcott Thanksgiving
- “Diana and Persis” – compelling, revealing, biographical, and thus, tragically incomplete
- Happy Halloween! A treat for Little Women fans: “Norna, or the Witch’s Curse,” the annotated version
- A blunt, controversial psychological study of Miss Alcott — Katharine Anthony’s 1937 biography
- Origin of the P.C. and the P.O. from Little Women — it started earlier than you think.
- Louisa May Alcott’s Walpole — visiting the NH town where the Alcotts lived from 1855-1857
- Louisa May Alcott is My Passion: The Podcast! Episode Three: Louisa the runner, the real Beth’s piano, and more
- Celebrating the re-opening of The Wayside — a peak inside
- Louisa May Alcott is My Passion: The Podcast! Episode Two: Wrap-up of the 2016 Summer Conversational Series
- Read Anna Alcott Pratt’s diary from 1860-1861 — Meg March from Little Women talks about married life
- Louisa May Alcott is My Passion: The Podcast! Episode One: “Beauty in the humblest things”
- Time again for the Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge! What will you be reading?
- Those unconventional Alcotts left behind quite the mark
- Progress report on Lizzie project–how a non-academic gains entry
- On the journey to harmony–Thoreau, the Sound Map and opening up the inner eye
- Inside the heart of Bronson Alcott
- Finding the “prince of patients”—John Matteson discovers the whereabouts of John Suhre from Hospital Sketches
- Talking with Corinne Hosfeld Smith, author of Henry David Thoreau for Kids
- Book Review: Henry David Thoreau for Kids: His Life and Ideas with 21 Activities by Corinne Hosfeld Smith
- Beautiful music box renditions of Lizzie’s favorite hymns
- Louisa May Alcott was not the only Alcott working off sexual energy
- “A thousand kisses–I love you with my whole soul”: Relations between women in the 19th century, as reflected in Little Women
- Continuing in the same vein … where is Laddie?
- Where did Louisa May Alcott’s sexual energy go? And what fueled it?
- Women’s health issues in Alcott’s time: Lizzie’s diagnosis and its repercussions
- Fiction or non-fiction? How should I tell the story of Lizzie?
- An announcement followed by a discovery
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