The West Tisbury Library received a five-star rating and the Edgartown Library received three stars from Library Journal.
Paul Greenberg writes about the outdoors. Most often he can be found at sea chronicling the life of fish in his books.
Friday is the deadline to submit an original monologue of up to 5 minutes for a public reading Dec. 12 at the Martha's Vineyard Museum.
Everybody Lies by Emily Cavanagh, Bookouture, 2020, 282 pages, $10.99.
Unlike so many Thanksgivings before, a meal my family won’t share, emotion is felt so much more.
The event at the center of Lieut. Col. William Baker’s posthumously published book, The Brownsville Texas Incident of 1906, happened at midnight.
The online reading is scheduled for Nov. 22 and all are welcome to listen and take part, according to an announcement from the West Tisbury Library.
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.
In Ghosts of Martha's Vineyard, Thomas Dresser has written a book that is part hair raiser and part comfortable journey through the Island’s past.
In four sections of her new book Old Enough, Sheri Caplan guides readers through the origins of the youth vote, from the country’s founding to the...

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Arts Briefs

All six Martha's Vineyard libraries will begin offering contactless pick-ups next week. Book drops are open now.

Island poet KT Herr leads a free, weekly online poetry writing workshop Fridays beginning May 8.

West Tisbury poet laureate Spencer Thurlow leads another online free-write poetry class on Thursdays starting May 7.

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