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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

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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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Orchard Mile’s Martha Vineyard Pop Up

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MARY HOGAN in conversation with MARY BAUM

HARRIOTTE HURI RANVIG at Story Space

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

Remain Free: An Author Talk with GAUTAM NARULA

Dire Literary Series with Stephanie Laterza, Paul Beckman, and Simeon Berry

Write Down the Street: A Reading at JP Porchfest

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WGBH’s Great American Read: Interview With REBECCA EATON

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CAITLIN MORAN in conversation with MEREDITH GOLDSTEIN

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Memoir Generator Open House & Info Session

JANE WILLAN at the Boston Public Library

Arlington Author Salon at the Kickstand Café

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

Summer Romance Author Festival

Teens WRITE: Ten-Minute Play Festival

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The Taming by Lauren Gunderson

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Christie Keegan Featured at Story Space

Reading For Rosie: A Fundraiser for Rosie’s Place

Reading for Rosie Fundraiser with JULIETTE FAY, MEREDITH GOLDSTEIN, and RANDY SUSAN MEYERS

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Breath and Matter: Sculptors and Poets at the Boston Sculptors Gallery

The Late Bloomers’ Club launch at Brookline Booksmith

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WGBH’s Great American Read: Discussion with Edgar Herwick

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The Sound of My Secrets: How to Tell a Personal Story with Audio

STEVE ALMOND in conversation with ROBIN YOUNG on “What the Hell Just Happened to Our Country”

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The Sound of My Secrets: How to Tell a Personal Story with Audio

The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

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The Sound of My Secrets: How to Tell a Personal Story with Audio

The Taming by Lauren Gunderson

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MARTHA REED JOHNSON Featured at Story Space

The MOTH hosted by STEVE ALMOND: Boundaries

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2018 New England Authors Expo

Tiny Crimes: LINCOLN MICHEL and LAURA VAN DEN BERG

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Great American Read Panel on Romance Novels

GrubStreet Young Adult Writers Program Reading

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

Embrace and Let Go: Yoga and Your Story with Nadia Colburn PhD

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Solidarity Salon at the Lily Pad in Cambridge

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KATIE GREEN at Story Space

U35 Poetry Reading Series

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WGBH Great American Read Panel on Science in Literature

90s Bitch: ALLISON YARROW in conversation with STEVE ALMOND

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AMITAVA KUMAR presents Immigrant, Montana: A Novel

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Breath and Matter: Sculptors and Poets at the Boston Sculptors Gallery

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The Hub of Literary America Walking Tour

Dire Lit Series

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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.