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...
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.
Applications are available for the Renaissance Retreat for Writers and Artists in Oak Bluffs.
The legacy of Arnie Reisman lives on in many corners of the Island, but especially at the Poetry Cafe.
It's been 402 years since English religious pilgrims settled in Plymouth at the native Wampanoag town of Patuxet.
Warren the Whale has arrived, swimming ashore this season thanks to the writing of Phyllis Meras and illustrations by Anne Ganz.
Jenny Slate and Ben Shattuck give readings on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at the Pathways Arts Tuesday Writing and Poetry Series.

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Merissa Nathan Gerson celebrates the publication of her debut book this week with a reading and author talk on Tuesday, August 17 at the Martha’s...

An author signing and dog pawing take place Friday when Dan Perdios and his golden retriever Morgan head over to Edgartown Books.

Island poets are invited to take part in the April 25 reading.

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