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Young writers from Ooltewah, Knoxville, Memphis, and Germantown shine in this year's contest. Congratulations to all nine winners! Read the winning letters here.
Jim Ridley—Nashville Scene editor and passionate champion of literature—died on Friday, April 8, at age fifty. Read Chapter16.org's Margaret Renkl's remembrances here.
Wilkins joined the HT team as Program Officer in February of 2016. Here he shares a bit about himself and his love of the humanities.
Humanities Tennessee is pleased to announce a series of public discussions that explore the experiences of Tennessee Muslims in daily and civic life.
DiCamillo will visit the downtown Nashville Public Library with her latest, Raymie Nighteingale.
Reserve your spot for this unique opportunity to engage in meaningful dialogue with our Muslim neighbors.
This public discussion will be held on Wednesday, May 25, from 5:00-6:30 pm at the Dickson County Public Library
Russo will visit the downtown Nashville Public Library with his latest, Everybody's Fool.
Reserve your spot for this unique opportunity to egnage in meaningful dialogue with our Muslim neighbors.
Jonathan Safran Foer will visit the Nashville Public Library with his latest, Here I Am.
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