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...
Deep Water Blues by Fred Waitzkin, Open Road, 143 pages, $17.99 .
A book talk on Wednesday by Alan Dershowitz at the West Tisbury Library drew a small group of protesters over Mr. Dershowitz’s links to Jeffrey...
Some 30 years ago I was finishing my first book on Faulkner — a labor of love and of critical ambition.
Annette Sandrock will give a series of readings to celebrate the release of her first book of poetry, Labyrinth.
Valerie Jarrett appeared to have it all: a degree from Stanford and a law degree from Michigan, a job at a reputable law firm. All the boxes were...

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Arts Briefs

The West Tisbury Library introduces a new, online children's storytime, focused on social justice, on June 8.

All six Martha's Vineyard libraries will begin offering contactless pick-ups next week. Book drops are open now.

Island poet KT Herr leads a free, weekly online poetry writing workshop Fridays beginning May 8.

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