Poet & novelist Diane Wald will read from her new novel, The Gillyflower. Wald is the author of Wonderbender, Yellow Hote, Lucid Suitcase, as well as numerous chapbooks. Her awards include a two-year fellowship in poetry from the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, the Grolier Poetry Prize, The Denny Award, The Open Voice Award, the Anne Halley Poetry […]Find out more »
This summer, gather in the pristine mountains of Maine at Nurture by Nature, an eco-retreat center, with Boston-based writer and editor, Christine Meade for a transformative weekend of connecting to the earth, to our words, and to our selves. Join a community of word-lovers and nature enthusiasts for the best weekend of your summer!Find out more »
Creativity is intelligence having fun. Each workshop is designed around a meaningful theme - beauty, generosity, resilience, love, gratitude. We will investigate these themes on the cushion, the blank page, in our body and heart, and with each other. Inspired by this theme and how it shows up in our life, we will devote some […]Find out more »
Lori Goldstein will be celebrating the launch of her YA contemporary, SCREEN QUEENS, about three girls who attend a technology startup camp in Silicon Valley and discover what it means to be competing in the male-dominated world of tech, in conversation with New York Times best-selling author of ONE OF US IS LYING and TWO […]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.