His Majesty Tatabong Alexandre of the Lenale Ndem chiefdom in Cameroon is the special guest for the library's virtual Sankofa festival Friday.
When award-winning author Erik Larson sets out to write historical nonfiction, he allows the characters to be his guide.
The Edgartown Library now offers contactless pick-up six days a week from noon to 4 p.m.
On Thursday evening, Sarah Broom addressed a crowd of 558 virtual participants to discuss her memoir The Yellow House at the opening event to this...
Scholarships for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) writers are available for an upcoming workshop on young adult fiction.
Thomas Dresser, in his new book The Rise of Tourism on Martha’s Vineyard, explores the dream of coming to the Island.
This June Nicholas Basbanes published a definitive study of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow called Cross of Snow.
Holding true to tradition, the Martha’s Vineyard Author Series is set to kick-off its biennial programming on July 30, however this summer the event...
A new novel for young readers, Show Me a Sign by Ann Clare LeZotte, brings to life an often-overlooked era of Martha’s Vineyard history, when deaf...
Mary Beth Norton discusses her newest book, 1774: The Long Year of Revolution, in a free online book talk July 14.
In 1983 when Shirley Mayhew of West Tisbury was 58, she decided it was time to experience travel as more than a tourist.
Lindsey Davis, the main character in Julia Spiro’s debut novel Someone Else’s Secret, is at loose ends in 2009.

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Arts Briefs

West Tisbury Poet Laureate Spencer Thurlow leads an online Free-Write Poetry Class on Thursdays at 4 p.m.

Starting April 1, the West Tisbury Library hosts an online Memoir Workshop led by Moira Silva.

The West Tisbury Library is gathering a small group of readers online through Zoom to discuss the novel Emma by Jane Austen.

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