The three-day festival began with laughter at the Performing Arts Center for a sold-out conversation between Seth Meyers and Chelsea Handler.
As a journalist, Jim Acosta wants you to know that he never wanted to make himself the story.
It is estimated that roughly 250 million people are living in countries where they were not born.
Sigrid Nunez did not expect her seventh novel to have as its protagonist a writer living in New York.
Chef Kwame Onwuachi has cooked for high 
society and for oil spill crews.
A dogged reporter on the four a.m to noon shift at the New York Times was tired.
My Ex-Life, by Stephen McCauley, is a wry, endearing and often very funny novel.
John Grisham will participate in a discussion with Amor Towles on Sunday, August 4 at 9:30 a.m.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. has been vacationing on the Vineyard since 1981.
New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik headlines the Summer Institute Speaker Series on Thursday, August 1 at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center.
Lisa Taddeo spent eight years doing research and interviews for Three Women.
Reached by phone at his outpost on Chappaquiddick, or "Barbecue Central" as Steven Raichlen calls it, the prolific writer and barbecue expert...


Arts Briefs

West Tisbury Library's Alexandra Pratt attends the Public Library Association annual conference.

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.