Each Friday at noon during the semester, the BYU English Reading Series gives students interested in writing a unique place to connect with successful authors and learn how they can succeed with their own writing.
This year for Banned Books Week, a campaign that celebrates literary freedom and draws attention to banned and challenged books, the Harold B. Lee Library organized a display of banned books on the first floor of the library.
Local bookstore owners say it's more important than ever to shop local amid the pandemic.
Inscape is an art and literature journal housed by the BYU English department. It has published short works of fiction, nonfiction and poetry as well as visual art in its semi-annual editions. The journal published its first edition in the 80s. Inscape gives its student staff a taste of the publishing world as they select and arrange submissions into a polished anthology.
When art on paper arrives at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art (MOA) damaged, it's often sent to be restored before being added to an exhibition. Christopher McAfee is the head conservator of rare books and manuscripts at the Harold B. Lee Library and is also the one who restores many of the BYU Museum of Art's art on paper.
Religion professor Anthony Sweat released a book that was seven years in the making. His book, Repicturing the Restoration shares 25 original painting depicting never before seen art from Church history.