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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

Poetry and Creative Prose Workshop

For the Love of Arts Criticism

How To Catch A Falling Knife: Poetic Play as the Practice of Negative Capability

Free Memoir Workshop at Somerville Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

Free Memoir Workshop at Somerville Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

JESSICA SHATTUCK reads from The Women in the Castle

GrownUp StoryTime: Frost to Thaw

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

Exodus from Dixie: The Great Migration as a Social Movement

Salamander: 25th Anniversary Celebration and Reading

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

Dire Literary Series with Yarbrough, Cherches and Pleasants

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

Poetry and Creative Prose Workshop

Free Memoir Workshop at Somerville Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

KELLY BARNHILL, author of “Dreadful Young Ladies: And Other Stories” at the Boston Public Library

Free Memoir Workshop at Somerville Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

PAUL-GORDON CHANDLER, Author of “In Search of a Prophet: A Spiritual Journey with Kahlil Gibran” at the Boston Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

Poetry and Creative Prose Workshop

TED SCHEINMAN, Author of “Camp Austen: My Life as an Accidental Jane Austen Superfan” at the Boston Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

Call for Submissions: Novelists

From Perpetual Indians to Perpetual Foreigners, a Discussion of Latina/o Migrant Identities at the Boston Public Library

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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ArtsEmerson premieres The White Card by CLAUDIA RANKINE

HAMLET / SAINT JOAN

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Poetry and Creative Prose Workshop

All the Women in My Family Sing

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

Chinatown Presents: Authors ANELISE CHEN & Q.M. ZHANG

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

Poetry and Creative Prose Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

Author JOSEPH ROSENBLOOM, Author of Redemption: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last 31 Hours, at the Boston Public Library

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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Cambridge Writers Studio: Spring Workshop

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