National Willa Cather Center News
Visit this page often for the latest Cather-related news as well as information about the Willa Cather Foundation's programs, collections, and events.
Announcing the Inaugural Cohort in the Willa Cather Residency for Writers
Willa Cather Statue to be Unveiled in National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol
Annotations from the Archive: Cather's Address Book
Escape Into Willa Cather's Prairie Landscapes
10 Ways to Celebrate 150 Years of Willa Cather!
Annotations from the Archive: April Twilights
Though Willa Cather is well-known around the world as a novelist, her first published work was a collection of poems, April Twilights. For both researchers and Cather fans, our archival collections provide amazing insights into Cather’s early work.
Annotations from the Archive: Our Organizational History
Jaydene Miner Drew Joins the Cather Legacy Society to Preserve Ancestral Home
Annotations from the Archive: Benefit
On February 4, 1888, Willa Cather and her friends staged a musical version of “Beauty and the Beast” in the Red Cloud Opera House. The adaptation they performed was from the book Plays for Young People, by James Barmby.
Work with Us! Taking Applications for Facilities Associate
Job Title: Facilities Associate
Type: Full-Time or Part-Time Available
Reports To: Director, Collections & Curation