Author, Author Everywhere at the Martha's Vineyard Book Festival
Caroline Kaplan
The three-day festival began with laughter at the Performing Arts Center for a sold-out conversation between Seth Meyers and Chelsea Handler.
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A 180-Degree Turn: When the Reporter Becomes the Story
Will Sennott
As a journalist, Jim Acosta wants you to know that he never wanted to make himself the story.
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A Voice for the People Sounds an Alarm
Steve Donoghue
It is estimated that roughly 250 million people are living in countries where they were not born.
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Letting the Words Lead, a Writer Follows the Threads of Love and Grief
Holly Pretsky
Sigrid Nunez did not expect her seventh novel to have as its protagonist a writer living in New York.
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If the First Restaurant Doesn't Succeed, Try Again, and Again, and Again
Caroline Kaplan
Chef Kwame Onwuachi has cooked for high 
society and for oil spill crews.
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What to Do About Climate Change? Answer Begins With You
Caroline Kaplan
A dogged reporter on the four a.m to noon shift at the New York Times was tired.
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Letting the Muse Dine on Real Life Tidbits
Louisa Hufstader
My Ex-Life, by Stephen McCauley, is a wry, endearing and often very funny novel.
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Pace Still Races But Locale Lifts Off to International
Noah Asimow
John Grisham will participate in a discussion with Amor Towles on Sunday, August 4 at 9:30 a.m.
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A Man for Many Mediums, Skip Gates Leaves No Stone Unturned
Louisa Hufstader
Henry Louis Gates Jr. has been vacationing on the Vineyard since 1981.
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Three Women Travels to the Heart and Complexity of Desire
Elizabeth Bennett
Lisa Taddeo spent eight years doing research and interviews for Three Women.
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