In the winter of 2011, former professor and journalist Loren Ghiglione and two students of journalism, Dan Tham and Alyssa Karas, loaded up a van and...
Just off the coast of Noman’s Land is a rock that once rested on the island.
Autumn’s back, courting dreams.
Edgartown residents who can't make it to the town library for contactless pick-up now can have library materials delivered.
On Saturday, the West Tisbury Library parking lot will transform into an open-air library with contactless browsing and check-out.
Best-selling author Jenny Milchman talks about and reads from her new novel The Second Mother online Sept. 16.
When publishing powerhouse Condé Nast announced on August 27 that Dawn Davis would be the new editor of Bon Appétit magazine, the veteran book...
Fan Ogilvie, former poet laureate of West Tisbury, is getting ready to publish her latest collection of poems, entitled The Berth.
Jennifer Smith Turner’s new novel Child Bride, a story of survival.
In his first novel, No Truth Left to Tell, Chilmark seasonal resident Michael McAuliffe mines his experience as a civil rights attorney to peel back...
This fall, retired professor Philip Weinstein will lead readers through four novels by Toni Morrison and Ulysses by James Joyce.
On Thursday evening, for its fourth and final event, the series turned its focus to the Black Lives Matter movement, bringing the national...

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Arts Briefs

Martha's Vineyard author Emily Cavanagh will read from and discuss her newly released novel, Everybody Lies, Nov. 18 at 5 p.m.

Ten Martha's Vineyard writers will share slices of their Covid experiences at the Martha's Vineyard Museum on Nov. 15.

A journalism professor and two students who covered America in a minivan will take part in an online book talk Nov. 16.

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