The Boston Immigrant Writer's Salon is proud to announce our first ever Healing Salon! Our goal is to create a space in which immigrant writers can gather for a night of healing, self-reflection, and empowerment. Join us for a some snacks, good company, and a guided discussion on a topic specific to the immigrant experience. […]Find out more »
Matthew Dicks: is an internationally bestselling author, and, among many other remarkable things, a 38-time Moth StorySLAM and 6-time GrandSLAM champion whose stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and weekly podcast. He has also told stories for This American Life, TED and, well… You get the idea. Hosted By: Bruce Marcus Feature’s […]Find out more »
In July of 1953, at a glittering party thrown by Truman Capote in Portofino, Italy, Tennessee Williams and his longtime lover Frank Merlo meet Anja Blomgren, a mysteriously taciturn young Swedish beauty and aspiring actress. Their encounter will go on to alter all of their lives. Ten years later, Frank revisits the tempestuous events of […]Find out more »
An Evening with Carmen Maria Machado at Suffolk University. 120 Tremont Street, 5th Floor, Blue Sky Lounge, This event is free and open to the public. Carmen Maria Machado is the author of the short story collection, Her Body and Other Parties, winner of the Bard Fiction Prize and finalist for the National Book Award. The Chicago Tribune says Her […]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.