Susan Wilson’s new novel, Two Good Dogs, follows more developments in the life of Adam March and his battle-scarred pitbull, Chance, who were first...
After nearly five years in its current location at 35 Main street in Vineyard Haven, Bunch of Grapes Bookstore is relocating down the block into the...
Emily Cavanagh’s debut novel, The Bloom Girls, is a soulful tale of sisters struggling to face unique personal challenges after their father’s...
Justen Ahren of West Tisbury has been selected as the 2017-2019 Poet Laureate of Martha’s Vineyard.
Author and former West Tisbury librarian Jennifer Tseng returns to the Island on Saturday, March 25 to read from her new chapbook of poetry.
Edgartown summer resident James B. Conroy is one of two recipients of the 2017 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize.
On Dec. 27, the father and son team of Brocks Callen (they share the same name) headed out to sea.
David R. Foster’s new book, A Meeting of Land and Sea: Nature and the Future of Martha’s Vineyard, weaves dynamic tales of geology, ecology, history...
As is my habit each year, I’ve collected a group of maritime-themed books for land locked or winter bound mariners who might enjoy reading over the...
Emma Young’s precisely detailed poetry is born from broad feelings. Her poems come from the specific softness of summer dusk, from the heartbreaking...
Sandy Pimentel was born into a family of immigrants, Italian and Scottish, and generosity is a theme that runs through her life and memoir. It also...
In his newest book, In the Country of the Blind, essayist and octogenarian Edward Hoagland turns to fiction.

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Jonathan White set out to educate himself about tides, traveling from Chile to China. The result is his book Tides: the Science and Spirit of the...

Phil Weinstein will explore works of Samuel Beckett on Tuesday, June 13 at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.

The Howes House writing group will resume meeting weekly every Tuesday, beginning May 23.

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