In 1969, after an absence of some 30 years from the Vineyard, Dr. David Lowenthal (now 93 years old) revisited the Island.
A mysterious drowning in Oak Bluffs harbor sets the stage for Cynthia Riggs’s 13th novel, Bloodroot.
Jib Ellis’s newest collection of stories, Jib’s Hat, draws from a lifetime of experiences.
driver Sam Hill cannot seem to find peace on the Vineyard in the third book in Michael G. West’s eco-thriller trilogy, Burn: A Year-round Place to...
Women Healers of the World: The Traditions, History & Geography of Herbal Medicine, has been awarded the national Nautilus Book Award.
Chris Fischer’s cookbook, published last spring, was honored this week with a James Beard Award for American Cooking.
The Friends of the Edgartown Library announce the publication of a new book, The Edgartown Free Public Library 1891-2016.
The March installment of Tweed’s Reads reading group at West Tisbury library will take up the topic “the prison of group think.”
The West Tisbury Library has received a gift of books from the Vineyard’s sister island, the Caribbean nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Arts Briefs

On Monday, July 27, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center there will be a celebration of the poetry of Peggy Freydberg.

Junot Diaz will read and answer questions about his life and work on Thursday, July 30 at Noepe Center for Literary Arts.

The poet Billy Collins returns to Martha’s Vineyard on Tuesday, July 28, at Featherstone Center for the Arts.

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