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GrubStreet Short Story Incubator Open House & Info Session

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PAMELA DRUCKERMAN: There Are No Grown-Ups

MICHELLE TEA– Against the Memoir: Complaints, Confessions, and Criticism

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JOHN HODGEMAN presents Vacationland

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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From Picture Books to YA: 7 Children’s Authors Discuss the Wide World of Kit Lit

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Best-selling author GAIL HONEYMAN at Wellesley Books

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MICHAEL ERIC DYSON on “Our Unfinished Conversation About Race in America

“Writing About Politics” Reading & Open Mic

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Queer Coming of Age Stories: Pride Month at the Boston Public Library

Tyrant, Show Thy Face – A Benefit for Actor’s Shakespeare Project

ALLISON PEARSON, author of I Don’t Know How She Does It

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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Author RUPERT THOMSON at the Boston Public Library

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NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL

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NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL

The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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NANTUCKET BOOK FESTIVAL

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Evolution of Human Nature Panel at the Boston Public Library

The Edible Page with JENNA BLUM

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

Greater Boston Writers Resist 2018

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ALISSA QUART: Squeezed

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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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.