Cong. Gerry Studds, the subject of Mark Robert Schneider’s tough and smart new biography, is remembered now in offhand conversation for a scandal.
Actor John Sibi-Okumu will host a poetry reading at the Vineyard Haven Library on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m.
There will be a book release party on Saturday, Sept. 16 for Emma Young’s new poetry chapbook, Adamantine, held at the Field Gallery in West Tisbury...
Baseball inspires storytellers, as Jim Kaplan demonstrates in his engaging new book of essays Clearing the Bases: A Veteran Sportswriter on the...
Michael G. West said an 11th century Japanese Buddhist text provided him with a creative spark for his new novel.
In To the New Owners: A Martha’s Vineyard Memoir, author Madeline Blais reckons with the 2014 sale of her in-laws’ summer retreat.
MIT biochemist Dr. Kevin Esvelt will speak about genetic editing on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
In John Merrow’s new book, Addicted to Reform: A 12-Step Program to Rescue Public Education, the author describes what he sees as a society hooked on...
When he was 10 author Amor Towles put a note in a bottle that read something like “if this makes it to China . . . please write back.”
With cheers, laughter and sighs, Billy Collins was welcomed back to Featherstone Center for the Arts Tuesday.
On Saturday they jammed the Harbor View Hotel. On Sunday they donned sun hats and trooped up to the Chilmark Community Center. Book lovers were very...
Professor Christoph Irmscher’s new book, Max Eastman: A Life, crafts the biography of flamboyant 20th century writer, editor and longtime Vineyard...


Arts Briefs

Outdoor writer Nelson Sigelman won a top award at the New England Outdoor Writers Association annual meeting April 14.

David McCullough has received a Christopher Award for The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For.

Phil Weinstein has become a regular presence each fall, teaching classes on the great authors, from Melville to Tolstoy, Faulkner and Joyce.