Lisa Taddeo spent eight years doing research and interviews for Three Women.
Reached by phone at his outpost on Chappaquiddick, or "Barbecue Central" as Steven Raichlen calls it, the prolific writer and barbecue expert...
Philip Weinstein shares his work in progress, a volume of essays entitled Soul-Error on Tuesday, July 23 at the Vineyard Haven Library.
The Martha's Vineyard Book Festival opens on Friday, August 2 at the Performing Arts Center with a conversation between Chelsea Handler and Seth...
Gary Shteyngart will take part in a panel on transformative friendships in fiction.
Poet Fanny Howe returns to the Island on Sunday, July 14, joined by John Koethe for a reading at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum is launching Vineyard Voices Three with a reception on Tuesday, July 16 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the museum.
Galleries along Dukes County avenue in Oak Bluffs offered food, drink and a look at the work of close to 30 artists during the season’s first Arts...
A man, 85 years old with far more than a century of stories to tell, walked toward a small shed behind his humble, white-shingled house on Music...
Summer on the Vineyard is a busy place, and Dr. Bruce Eckman, chair of the Summer Institute speaker series, knows it.
Several years ago, writer and teacher Naomi Jackson began encountering more and more participants in her workshops who did not so much need...
As early evening sunlight streamed through the windows of the Katharine Cornell Theatre, three Island writers discussed what it meant to devote their...

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Arts Briefs

A five-week online workshop titled Poetry in Love with the Ordinary is sponsored by the Noepe Center for Literary Arts at Featherstone.

Community members read short original prose pieces for an internet audience April 13 at 7 p.m., as the West Tisbury Library’s monthly Writers Read...

Starting April 10, poet Donald Nitchie leads a weekly online Poetry Drop-in Class presented by the West Tisbury Library.

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