Come experience The Neverland you never knew! Before Wendy, before Tinkerbell, and before The Lost Boys, there was a friendless boy, a determined girl, and a journey that would change them both forever. Filled with music, mermaids, mayhem, and magic, this Tony Award-winning prequel to Peter Pan tells the incredible story of how a lonely orphan became the boy […]Find out more »
Boston Public Library offers free public tours highlighting the celebrated art and architecture of the Boston Public Library’s McKim Building (1895), a designated National Historic Landmark. The hour-long tours explore the work of architect Charles Follen McKim and murals by John Singer Sargent, Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, and Edwin Austin Abbey. Led by volunteer tour […]Find out more »
At Summer Ink, campers explore Boston and engage in activities like rock climbing, fencing, circus arts, and sports – all to develop their writing. Come hear these middle and high school students from Greater Boston and beyond read from their work. Their powerful words will transport you!Find out more »
Dear writer friends, I don’t know about you, but as much as I love stuffing and stuffing my face, the whole Thanksgiving holiday stresses me out (but we can talk about that at another time). In the meantime though, grab your laptop and your paper and your cute notebooks and join me for our monthly […]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.