Professor Christoph Irmscher’s new book, Max Eastman: A Life, crafts the biography of flamboyant 20th century writer, editor and longtime Vineyard...
Covering striking Air France mechanics in Paris early in her career as a reporter, Sarah Chayes was hit hard by a wave of inferiority.
Two leading journalists took a break from covering Donald Trump last week and spoke candidly about covering the White House.
Erica Armstrong Dunbar was at work on her doctoral dissertation on the lives of black women in the antebellum north when she came across an...
In You’re the Only One I Can Tell: Inside the Language of Women’s Friendships, Deborah Tannen examines how female friends communicate and different...
When Alyssa Mastromonaco visited the Vineyard as acting chief of staff for President Obama, the beach had to wait. Work didn’t stop for the White...
Richard North Patterson was a political novelist, but he doesn’t write novels anymore. Non-fiction is too compelling. Fever Swamp, Mr. Patterson’s...
Julie Buntin was the kind of girl who would take out 25 library books at one time. Growing up in Petoskey, a town of 5,500 in northern Michigan,...
Chefs and eaters everywhere rejoiced when Sarah Leah Chase published New England Open-House Cookbook in 2015, after a hiatus of nearly two decades.

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Arts Briefs

On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Speakeasy Series presents an evening with Peter D. Kramer to benefit the West Tisbury Library Foundation.

Philip Weinstein begins his series of lecture on William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom! on Wednesday, Nov. 2.

On Wednesday, Oct. 26 the Vineyard Haven library will hold a public reading of It Can’t Happen Here, based on the novel written by Sinclair Lewis.

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