A Walk Down Salinger Lane: The Legacy of an Author in a Small Town

Column by Leah Dearborn
Does the "code of the hills" in Cornish, New Hampshire still protect reclusive author J.D. Salinger in death?
Trailer for 'Salinger' Released

Trailer for 'Salinger' Released

News by Christopher Shultz June 14, 2013
A documentary exploring the intrigue and mystery surrounding literature's biggest recluse,'Catcher in the Rye' author J.D. Salinger.
The Return Of Holden Caulfield

The Return Of Holden Caulfield

News by Kimberly Turner October 16, 2012
Holden Caulfield makes his first appearance on U.S. bookshelves without Salinger in Mary O'Connell's new novel, 'In The Rye.'

The 10 Most Bizarre Pieces Of Literary Merch

Column by Kimberly Turner July 6, 2012
It's not a stretch to assume that if you like the book or author, you'll buy the T-shirt, coffee mug, or bookmark. But what about the panties, shower curtain, and Ouija board?
Angry Salinger Shirt

Salinger T-Shirts Still Legal, Says N.H. Governor

News by Kimberly Turner June 14, 2012
J.D. Salinger’s son spent two years working on a bill allowing him to control how his late father’s image is used. It was vetoed yesterday on the grounds that it restricts free speech. Who's right?
'Catcher In The Rye': Why there will never be a film

J.D. Salinger tells Hollywood to 'Suck It' From Beyond the Grave

News by John Jarzemsky February 24, 2012
A 1957 letter details J.D. Salinger's reasons for never approving of a film adaptation of 'The Catcher in the Rye.'