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Never a dull literary moment in Boston! To scratch your literary itch and become an active participant in the best literary community in the country, click on any event in the calendar in order to hyperlink to more information.The events take place both within the Lit District’s borders and outside. OOD means the event is Out Of District.
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Summer Reading Series with MIRA T. LEE and OLIVE SENIOR

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Summer Reading Series with MIRA T. LEE and OLIVE SENIOR

South End Writes presents author KAREN DAY

Martha Reed Johnson Featured at Story Space

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Summer Reading Series with MIRA T. LEE and OLIVE SENIOR

Novel Generator Open House & Info Session

ALISSA QUART: Squeezed

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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CAITLIN MORAN in conversation with MEREDITH GOLDSTEIN

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Memoir Generator Open House & Info Session

Arlington Author Salon at the Kickstand Café

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

Teens WRITE: Ten-Minute Play Festival

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Reading For Rosie: A Fundraiser for Rosie’s Place

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The Late Bloomers’ Club launch at Brookline Booksmith

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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Tiny Crimes: LINCOLN MICHEL and LAURA VAN DEN BERG

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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AMITAVA KUMAR presents Immigrant, Montana: A Novel

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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.