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Story Club Boston

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Tell-All 4-for-4

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Launch Party for Erica Ferencik’s new novel, INTO THE JUNGLE

Launch Party for Erica Ferencik’s new novel, INTO THE JUNGLE

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Transnational Series Presents: Abbigail N. Rosewood in conversation with Mira T. Lee

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SPRING LUNCHEON: AN AFTERNOON WITH BILLY COLLINS

Author Talk Featuring Russ Lopez

Russ Lopez Presents the History of LGBTQ Presence in MA

The Great American Poetry Challenge at Lit Crawl 2019

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Transnational Series Presents: Translating Japanese, Allison Markin Powell and Sawako Nakayasu in conversation

In Search of Stonewall, a Panel on LGBTQ Writing

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Diane Wald Reads from Debut Novel, Gillyflower

Writing the Roots: Summer Weekend Retreat

Breat, Heart, Story: Creativity from Within – Writing and Meditation

Launch for SCREEN QUEENS

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8th ANNUAL NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL 13-16 June 2019 on Nantucket

Meet the Author: Michael Patrick Murphy at More Than Words

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8th ANNUAL NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL 13-16 June 2019 on Nantucket

Night in White

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8th ANNUAL NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL 13-16 June 2019 on Nantucket

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8th ANNUAL NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL 13-16 June 2019 on Nantucket

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Author Talk and Book Signing with Christine M. DeLucia

Nicolette Nordin Heavey Featured at Story Space Tue 06/18/2019

Launch Reading for The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali

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Transnational Series Presents: Aleksandar Hemon in conversation with Claire Messud

Reading and Slide Show: Erica Ferencik’s Into the Jungle

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Mis Madres Son Estrellas: A bilingual literary event

ECTA’s Summer Solstice Party

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Author Talk Featuring John Manuel Andriote

John Manuel Andriote presents STONEWALL STRONG

Rona Leventhal Featured at Story Space Tue 06/25/2019

Are You Jungle Curious? Reading, Talk and Slideshow: Into the Jungle, Erica Ferencik

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Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.