Robin Wall Kimmerer and Ursula Goodenough will be in conversation at Featherstone Center of the Arts on August 31 at 4 p.m. for an event called...
The Martha's Vineyard Book Festival featured three days of conversations and interviews with 27 authors across many genres. It began with a...
The Martha’s Vineyard Book Festival kicked off Friday evening at the Chilmark Community Center with a conversation between comedian and late night...
Rebecca Makkai, whose breakout novel The Great Believers was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, returned with another novel early this year that aims to...
When journalist and author Andrew Meier set out to write a history of the Morgenthau family, he knew it would be no small undertaking.
Joan Biskupic’s Nine Black Robes presents a portrait of a United States Supreme Court ideologically divided and deeply affected by former President...
When Nicole Chung began writing her book A Living Remedy: A Memoir, she did not imagine that her life — and her book — would completely transform.
Tracy Kidder didn’t set out to write a book about rural medicine, tuberculosis and AIDS in Haiti. Or education in America.
When Elizabeth Alexander sat down to write her latest book, she drew upon a lifetime of material from her extensive career as a scholar, author and...
Richard North Patterson’s new novel, Trial, puts some of America’s most urgent issues concerning race and voting rights on the stand.
For Jeannette Walls, truth is at the heart of writing, from her journalism and wildly-successful debut memoir to her most recent novel, Hang the Moon...
Every spring, avian enthusiast Christian Cooper spends his early mornings searching the Ramble in Central Park for migratory birds that make New...

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Arts Briefs

This summer's Martha's Vineyard Concert Series starts on June 10 and will include a 40th anniversary celebration for MVY Radio.

Geraldine Brooks and Charlene Hunter-Gault are among the winners of the annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards.

The life of Herb Foster will be celebrated by the Friends of the Edgartown Library on Saturday, Feb. 4 from 4 to 6 p.m.

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