Public health advocate John Manuel Andriotte finds in LGBTQ history patterns of resiliency, mutual support, and community that suggest to him heroism, seldom acknowledged but enormously instructive. His book, Stonewall Strong, being released in paperback in the spring of 2019, canvasses past triumphs like the Stonewall Riots in 1969, the delisting of homosexuality as a […]Find out more »
Rona Leventhal: presents The Prince of Pirates and the Witch of Wellfleet, her hour-long version of a classic Cape Cod tale set in the early 1700's - an intersection of legend and history, and truths both factual and real. An unflinching look at Puritan New England and human nature through the lens of story. Feature’s […]Find out more »
Join Erica Ferencik for a brief reading from her new novel, "Into The jungle," which Publisher's Weekly calls " ferocious fever dream of a thriller," as well as a talk and slide show on the Peruvian rainforest where she spent a month researching the book. She says, "The jungle is an iconic place, yet it's […]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.