Sandy Pimentel was born into a family of immigrants, Italian and Scottish, and generosity is a theme that runs through her life and memoir. It also...
In his newest book, In the Country of the Blind, essayist and octogenarian Edward Hoagland turns to fiction.
Ward Just, as the old newspaper saying goes, has ink in his veins. In his new novel, The Eastern Shore, he turns his attention and his memory to the...
On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Speakeasy Series presents an evening with Peter D. Kramer to benefit the West Tisbury Library Foundation.
Philip Weinstein begins his series of lecture on William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom! on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
On Wednesday, Oct. 26 the Vineyard Haven library will hold a public reading of It Can’t Happen Here, based on the novel written by Sinclair Lewis.
Holly Hodder Eger's debut novel, Split Rock, follows a stay-at-home mom who moves to the Vineyard for the summer.
A new book by a Vineyard author tackles an old controversy. Anyone interested in the 1969 Chappaquiddick tragedy will find it compelling reading.
When Mary Stewart Hammond’s poem The Big Fish Story was published in The New Yorker 10 years ago, her husband “was so mortified,” she said, “He went...

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Arts Briefs

On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Speakeasy Series presents an evening with Peter D. Kramer to benefit the West Tisbury Library Foundation.

Philip Weinstein begins his series of lecture on William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom! on Wednesday, Nov. 2.

On Wednesday, Oct. 26 the Vineyard Haven library will hold a public reading of It Can’t Happen Here, based on the novel written by Sinclair Lewis.

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