JULIE MALONEY, director of WOMEN READING ALOUD, and JACQUELINE SHEEHAN, NYTimes bestselling author, will lead the writing workshops. Open to writers in all genres, workshops follow the Amherst Writers and Artists Method, emphasizing the exploration of the authentic “voice.” Julie hails from NJ and Jacqueline lives in MA. They have worked together for over ten years at the Writer’s […]Find out more »
Up Close Tours encourage visitors to look closely at materials from the Athenæum’s rich collections and consider them within a particular context. Join Boston Athenæum Docent Clive Martin for a discussion of the Goddess of Wisdom's presence in our library and her place in the ancient world, focusing on the towering sculptures of Athena and Sophocles and the monumental […]Find out more »
Camonghne Felix’s Build Yourself a Boat is an anthem of survival and a look at what might come after; a view of what floats and what, ultimately, sustains. Award-winning poet Lillian-Yvonne Bertram share’s her most recent collection, How Narrow My Escapes. » Camonghne Felix, M.A. is a poet, political strategist, media junkie and cultural worker. She received an M.A. […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes author and historian of tech culture DAN ALBERT for a discussion of his debut book, Are We There Yet?: The American Automobile Past, Present, and Driverless. About Are We There Yet? Robot-controlled cars have already logged millions of miles. These technological marvels promise cleaner air, smoother traffic, and tens of thousands of lives […]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.