At the heart of Chilmark summer resident Donna Gordon’s novel is 13-year-old Lee Foster, who’s lively and funny and full of the spirit of adventure.
Ursula Goodenough presents a second edition of her book The Sacred Depths of Nature.
Clearly, this isn’t a book to curl up with at bedtime or for beach reading.
Crafted from 10 years of essays written for the Gazette, at its heart Bill Eville's new book is a memoir about fatherhood.
This summer's Martha's Vineyard Concert Series starts on June 10 and will include a 40th anniversary celebration for MVY Radio.
Growing up on the Vineyard, Emma Lovewell was encouraged by her father to be a writer.
For Island-based author Kate Feiffer, writing has always taken precedence over her artwork.
Geraldine Brooks and Charlene Hunter-Gault are among the winners of the annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards.
When it comes to Vineyard history, up-Island mariner and antiquarian bookseller Virginia Jones pulls no punches. Since 2014, she has spent her days...
Sea Change, a new novel by Kate Hancock, picks up where her 2014 book Windswept ended.
Holly Nadler’s feel-good memoir The Hobo Diaries: Down and Out on Martha’s Vineyard” is a bright and sunny reading experience, but it starts with a...
For Rev. Otis Moss 3rd, the basis for justice must always be love. It is a theme he explores in his new book, Dancing in the Darkness: Spiritual...


Arts Briefs

The library is naming its boardroom for the late educator, author and library trustee, with a public dedication planned for Jan. 31.

Library Journal awarded star ratings to just 14 Massachusetts libraries in 2021, and three of them are on Martha's Vineyard.

Union Chapel hosts Kimberle Crenshaw, critical race theory co-founder, on Tuesday, August 24 at 6 p.m.