To walk through time, both the present and the past at one moment, is something we often do unconsciously in our minds.
Universal Love is the new story collection by Alexander Weinstein, the director of the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing.
Jamie Craig, son of the late Edgartown author Philip R. Craig, was the featured speaker at the recent Tuesdays in the Newsroom event, discussing the...
Island photographer Michael Blanchard never saw himself as the creative type, until he began taking pictures on Martha’s Vineyard.
Acclaimed novelist and journalist Ward Just died on Dec. 19 after a struggle with Lewy body dementia. He was 84 years old.
Carly Simon's new book, Touched By the Sun: My Friendship with Jackie, explores their journey together from book collaborators to longtime friends.
Lucy Van Pelt could be a difficult character, dispensing advice for a nickel, but just as quick to dispense aggression.
Martha’s Vineyard magazine won two honorable mentions this week at Folio magazine’s 2019 Eddie and Ozzie Awards ceremony in New York.
There You Are by Mathea Morais is a touching and fiercely intelligent book.
The off-season Poetry Cafe returns this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse with a new name, Poetry & Pie.
Daniel (Shark) Sharkovitz taught English and literature at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School for 38 years. He retired two years ago, and...
A new book about Edward Logue, the legendary urban planner who later retired to the Vineyard.

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Arts Briefs

A five-week online workshop titled Poetry in Love with the Ordinary is sponsored by the Noepe Center for Literary Arts at Featherstone.

Community members read short original prose pieces for an internet audience April 13 at 7 p.m., as the West Tisbury Library’s monthly Writers Read...

Starting April 10, poet Donald Nitchie leads a weekly online Poetry Drop-in Class presented by the West Tisbury Library.

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