After a winter of endless storms and frigid temperatures, author and family therapist Dr. Anne Fishel is looking at the bright side. “It’s good for...
Over the next year, the Sustainable Book Club will read and discuss books about diverse environmental topics. The entire Island is invited to...
Author Demaris Wehr discusses her new book, Making It Through: Bosnian Survivors Telling Stories of Truth, on Tuesday, Jan. 13, from 7 to 8:30 p.m....
Marshall Highet's love of writing and reading came early. Both of her grandmothers were writers. Her paternal grandmother was Helen MacInnes, the...
Tributes and expressions of sympathy were heard around the country for the acclaimed illustrator and children’s author who delighted multiple...
When I read recently in the New York Times about the possibility of Scotland exiting the United Kingdom, I was confused. I had no idea Great Britain...
The early manuscript was written more than 30 years ago when the West Tisbury author was living on a houseboat in Washington, D.C. Now Murder at C-...
Windswept, a new novel by Kate Hancock, opens with the story of Josiah Cook, a farmer on Chappaquiddick who in the late 18th century witnesses...
Poets come together next Thursday, Nov. 20, at the West Tisbury library for a free evening of reading.
A new novel by Rick Herrick arrives with a weighty yet straightforward title — A Man Called Jesus.
The Hebrew Center is hosting a scholar-in-residence this weekend. Jacob Siegel is a student at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School, an open and...
West Tisbury poet laureate Justen Ahren leads word explorers through a poetry mining expedition titled Mining Poems for the Resonant Image on...

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Arts Briefs

Pathways Arts hosts an evening of live readings Tuesday on the Zoom online platform. All are welcome.

An online gathering of sci-fi readers begins with short story The Kite Makers, by Brenda Peynado, on March 30.

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