The Boston Book Fair is the annual fall gathering for book lovers and collectors, featuring the top selection of items available on the international literary market. Come see and shop over 130 U.S. and international dealers, sanctioned by the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America and the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. For more than 40 […]Find out more »
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 »
The Suffolk University Theatre Department presents Loss of Breath: The Unfinished Life and Death of Edgar Allan Poe Written and directed by Wesley Savick With puppet and mask creation by Puppet Showplace Theater November 15-18 Take a journey into Poe’s stories and biography and discover a fantastical world between life and death. The Suffolk University Theatre […]Find out more »
Tino Villanueva is the author of seven books of poetry, including Scene from the Movie GIANT (1993), which won a 1994 American Book Award. Six of his poems appear in The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature (2011). His latest, So Spoke Penelope (2013), has been translated into Italian and Spanish. One of his ekphrastic poems appeared in the March 2016 issue of Poetry magazine. He […]Find out more »
TELLABRATION!™ Featured at Story Space Sat 11/17/2018 a National Storytelling Network trademarked event TELLABRATION!™: It's the World-Wide Night of Storytelling, so please join the Gang of Six & their special Guests for some special Stories. Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis Tellabration website: http://storynet.org/nsnevents/tellabration/ The Story Space Tellabration at 7:00 P.M November 17, 2018 (Saturday before Thanksgiving) […]Find out more »
Crafting raw memories into restrained and compact verse, D. M. Aderibigbe traces the history of domestic and emotional abuse against women in his family. A witnessing son, grandson, nephew, and brother, he rejects the tradition of praise songs for the honored father, refusing to offer tribute to men who dishonor their wives. Widening his gaze […]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.