The Readable Feast has partnered with the Boston Public Library for a series of culinary author talks at the Newsfeed Cafe! Our November event is called Co-Authoring a Cookbook: Bringing Another's Cookbook Dream to Life, in which co-authors and ghost-writers will discuss the challenges of working with other chefs and cooks in the creation of a […]Find out more »
Please join us on Thursday, December 6th at 6pm for an evening filled with murder and mayhem- well, not exactly! Join us and mingle with some of the top mystery writers around while enjoying a cup of holiday cheer. Books will be available to purchase and authors will be equipped with pens- and we all […]Find out more »
Join Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Mary Lambert to celebrate the launch of her new poetry collection, Shame Is An Ocean I Swim Across, with a special musical performance and book signing. About the Book: Beautiful and brutally honest, Mary Lambert's poetry is a beacon to anyone who's ever been knocked down—and picked themselves up again. In verse that […]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.