Willa Cather Review | 62.3 | Summer 2021
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The Willa Cather Review is a scholarly journal published several times of year by the Willa Cather Foundation.
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- Letters from the Executive Director and the President
- Un/Tethered: Willa Cather on the Cusp of the 1920s by Diane Prenatt and Elaine Smith
- Spring Conference 2020: Looking Back, Looking Forward Tracy Sanford Tucker
- Willa Cather, Olive Fremstad, and the Singer in Fiction by Alex Ross
- The Living Picture: Creating a Multimedia Adaptation of “A Gold Slipper” by Michael Burton
- Youth and the Bright Medusae: Cather’s Jellyfish by Elizabeth Wells
- Celebrating Women: An Art Quilt Exhibit by Diane Prenatt
- Mary Garden and Willa Cather: A Clash of Big Careers by John H. Flannigan
- From Our Collections by Tracy Sanford Tucker
- New Titles for the Cather Bookshelf
- In Memoriam: Lucia Woods Lindley and Daniel A. Lindley by Ann Romines
- Remembering Our Friend Lucia
- Contributors to this Issue
On the cover: Interior detail of the old Metropolitan Opera House, New York, N.Y., demolished in 1967. Image from the Historic American Buildings Survey, ca. 1933. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Bust of Willa Cather by Paul Swan (detail) for the Nebraska Hall of Fame, photographed by Don V. Becker, ca. 1963. Used by permission of History Nebraska; no. RG2639-01-28.