The new issue of the Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter is now out (Spring 2016). If you'd like a sample copy, e-mail Sally Parry at email@example.com. Among the articles are Jan Peter Verhave's "Arrowsmith, a Synergy of Talents," Roger Lathbury's "Babbitt in Paperback, 1946," Sally Parry's "Carl Van Vechten, Sinclair Lewis, and The Tattooed Countess," and an announcement of a Sinclair Lewis Conference in Sauk Centre, Minnesota in July 2017.
The Sinclair Lewis Society was formed to encourage study of, critical attention to, and general interest in the work, career, and legacy of Sinclair Lewis. The Society works to facilitate a broader discussion of his writing among scholars, critics, teachers, students, book collectors, and readers everywhere.
Members of the Sinclair Lewis Society receive the bi-annual Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter. We encourage scholarship concerning Sinclair Lewis, and we have provided a bibliography of primary and secondary sources concerning Lewis on our scholarly works page, as well as transcripts from an exclusive interview with Richard Lingeman, author of Sinclair Lewis: Rebel from Main Street. We also meet every few years in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, Lewis' hometown, for conferences and usually in connection with the annual Sinclair Lewis Days.
We invite you to inquire about membership in the Sinclair Lewis Society, e-mail Dr. Sally Parry.