By the mid-nineteenth century, Boston had earned the nickname “The Athens of America”, as an important center for literature and as home to many of America's greatest writers. It was the launch pad of American Romanticism, Transcendentalism, the Fireside Poets, and American Realism. This literary tour highlights the homes and haunts of such prominent Victorians as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David […]Find out more »
Your invited to find your perfect summer read at the Romance Author Festival hosted by Barnes and Noble in Framingham. Featuring local authors Jen Doyle, Ink, Sionna Fox, Emma Hartley, Jennifer Hallock, Lena Lane, Kari Lemor, Lorenzo Petruzziello (The Love Fool), Satin Russell, Kristen Strassel, LJ Vickery, Author, Barbara Wallace, Author Michelle Windsor, and Author Jeannette Winters. Come support thirteen wonderful writers, and enter for your chance […]Find out more »
Join us in the culminating Teens WRITE (Writing, Reading, and Investigating Theater Everywhere) project, a Ten-Minute Play Festival! Teens WRITE is a three-month program that meets weekly, April through July 2018, in which students, ages 13 to 17, will write, revise, cast, direct, and produce original plays culminating in a Ten-Minute Play Festival. Led by FABIOLA R. DECIUS, […]Find out more »
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.