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...
From 2012 to 2017, Skip Finley wrote more than 250 columns for the Vineyard Gazette, centering on the history and unique character of Oak Bluffs.
There will be a book talk and signing on Friday, August 9 with Alexandra Fuller at the Bunch of Grapes bookstore in Vineyard Haven.
The three-day festival began with laughter at the Performing Arts Center for a sold-out conversation between Seth Meyers and Chelsea Handler.
As a journalist, Jim Acosta wants you to know that he never wanted to make himself the story.
It is estimated that roughly 250 million people are living in countries where they were not born.
Sigrid Nunez did not expect her seventh novel to have as its protagonist a writer living in New York.
Chef Kwame Onwuachi has cooked for high 
society and for oil spill crews.
A dogged reporter on the four a.m to noon shift at the New York Times was tired.
My Ex-Life, by Stephen McCauley, is a wry, endearing and often very funny novel.

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Arts Briefs

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

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...

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