This charming little book about an eight-year-old city boy’s adventures in the country is written by 91-year-old Heidi Shultz of West Tisbury.
Dog Training Diaries dives in and starts right away addressing all the basic issues that confront first-time and long-time dog-owners alike.
One thing we islanders all have in common, of course, is boats, and each year I take to the sea with a list of books about boating and sailing.
Suzan Bellincampi has been collecting tales and now she has collected them into The Nature of Martha’s Vineyard, illustrated with photos from Gazette...
The Chilmark Library is hosting a photography show of work by Vivian Ewing. The reception is on Saturday, Nov. 24 from noon 2 p.m.
Secrets from the Deep is the third installment of international bestselling author Linda Fairstein’s Young Adult mystery series.
Any traveler, or prospective traveler, will be entranced by this memoir by Canadian-born Eileen Maley, now quietly settled down for some years in...
Paul Dawson's first book of poetry is called Musings of an Old Man. It is guided by a narrator who does not look away from life’s hardships, and...
Enter John Kerry’s recent memoir, Every Day Is Extra, a decidedly heartfelt book.
A six-part Marcel Proust series begins on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m.
Plumbelly, about a 28-foot sloop and the dynamics of its sailors, is Gary Maynard's debut novel.
Former President Clinton appeared before a sold-out audience Wednesday to discuss his new book, The President Is Missing, written with James...

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Arts Briefs

Lucy Van Pelt could be a difficult character, dispensing advice for a nickel, but just as quick to dispense aggression.

The off-season Poetry Cafe returns this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse with a new name, Poetry & Pie.

On Saturday, Sept. 28 Warren Woessner will present his new book of poems Exit Sky at a reading at the Edgartown Library, beginning at 2 p.m.

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