“Beyond the Written Word” — An Exploration of Jane Austen’s World: Art, Music and Architecture in the Regency Era
On April 5th-7th, two JASNA Regions, NY Metro and Connecticut, converged at the Omni Hotel in New Haven, Connecticut. WeRead more.
The Art of Sisters: Tales & Letters by The Brontë’s Review
Jane Austen and the Brontës had much in common: clergymen’s daughters, educated but poor, geniuses in a world with littleRead more.
Emma a Detective Novel?
December’s birthday meeting of JASNA-NY spread festive cheer to all who attended. Held on December 15, 2018, guests gathered atRead more.
JASNA-NY Talks Jane at the Brooklyn Book Festival
The mere act of walking into a bookstore gives any book lover a high. The mere act of walking throughRead more.
Fancy or a Feeling in Austen’s Work
Love in its many forms was on the mind of attendees to “A Fancy or a Feeling: Jane Austen andRead more.
Box Hill on an Island
"To sit in the shade on a fine day, and look upon verdure, is the most perfect refreshment." Members ofRead more.
One Day, Three Perspectives: Emma Through Time’s Looking Glass
On a day that finally felt like spring—for a little while at least—JASNA-NY members gathered to celebrate the legacy ofRead more.
JASNA-NY Celebrates a Festive Jane Austen Birthday Tea
On December 16, 2017, Janeites had the pleasure of gathering for our annual birthday meeting at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian ChurchRead more.
New Book Explores Authors and Female Friendships
Female friendships, especially the friendships between female writers can, according to cultural myth, be fraught. When success and respect areRead more.
Juvenilia’s Book Crawl
JASNA-NY's Juvenilia group enjoyed a busy summer full of bookish activities. The annual "trip to Lyme," also known as LongRead more.