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Reader’s Advisory

Stony Brook University Libraries offers a helpful tool to assist you in researching a number of popular books and films found in our collection. Throughout the Main Stacks, patrons may find small signs posted on random aisles providing a title that can be located in

Posted in Books, Classics, Comparative Studies, Film Studies, Literature, Melville Library, Reader Advisory, Research, Writing and Literature

Latino Writing Collections

Trial access is available until October 15th to three collections of Latino Writing. The collections include poetry, short stories, folk tales, novels, memoirs, non-fiction, and plays in both Spanish and English from Latino writers around the world. They are made

Posted in Literature, Writing and Literature

News from Project MUSE

Project MUSE introduces linked subject headings (reproduced from Project MUSE’s recent email announcement) Users of Project MUSE articles and Tables of Contents in our recently-launched new format may have noticed an additional feature – “clickable” subject headings for each article,

Posted in Classics, Comparative Studies, Databases, History, Literature, Political Science, Women's Studies, Writing and Literature, Writing and Rhetoric

MLA International Bibliography adds older content

MLA International Bibliography has added nearly 40 years of retrospective content (i.e., bibliographic citations) covering the years from 1926 to 1962.

Posted in Writing and Literature

Fiction Connection – a Readers’ Advisory Service

BooksInPrint.com now includes a reader’s advisory service called Fiction Connection. Readers can use Fiction Connection to find book suggestions based on books they have already read, authors they like, or topics of interest. Biographies and biographical novels are also included

Posted in Writing and Literature