Carly Simon's new book, Touched By the Sun: My Friendship with Jackie, explores their journey together from book collaborators to longtime friends.
Lucy Van Pelt could be a difficult character, dispensing advice for a nickel, but just as quick to dispense aggression.
Martha’s Vineyard magazine won two honorable mentions this week at Folio magazine’s 2019 Eddie and Ozzie Awards ceremony in New York.
There You Are by Mathea Morais is a touching and fiercely intelligent book.
The off-season Poetry Cafe returns this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse with a new name, Poetry & Pie.
Daniel (Shark) Sharkovitz taught English and literature at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School for 38 years. He retired two years ago, and...
A new book about Edward Logue, the legendary urban planner who later retired to the Vineyard.
There are a few inherent perils in writing travel memoirs, of course.
On Saturday, Sept. 28 Warren Woessner will present his new book of poems Exit Sky at a reading at the Edgartown Library, beginning at 2 p.m.
Thomas Berry was many things: a humanist, an eco-theologian, a priest, an author.
The concept of law joins the three writers we will be exploring this fall—Dickens, Dostoevsky and Kafka—but our course is not really about legal...
Like many on the Island, Edgartown library director Lisa Sherman first saw Tim McNerney as just an affable UPS delivery guy. Then she heard about...

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Arts Briefs

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

Jennifer Smith Turner’s recent book Child Bride was named best fiction e-book by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association.

The annual July 4 reading of a Frederick Douglass speech at Inkwell Beach in Oak Bluffs will take place online this year.

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