Tom Stoppard’s Tony Award-winning Best Play arrives in a marvelously funny, spectacularly beautiful new production. This modern-day classic tragicomedy imagines the lives of two minor characters from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. As the story unfolds, they voice their confusion about the play that’s being performed without them, untangling bigger questions about life and death, reality […]Find out more »
#Read4Refugees is an annual, worldwide read-in to support refugees. By staying in to read a book on a night of their choice between October 1st and 15th and donating what they would have spent on a night out, readers around the world will help bring critical resources to vulnerable refugees in Africa and around the […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporters JODI KANTOR and MEGAN TWOHEY for a discussion of their new co-authored book, She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement. They will be joined in conversation by author, actor, and social justice humanitarian ASHLEY JUDD. About She Said For many years, reporters […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes bestselling author and esteemed public theologian JIM WALLIS for a discussion of his latest book, Christ in Crisis: Why We Need to Reclaim Jesus. About Christ in Crisis In Christ in Crisis, Jim Wallis provides a path of spiritual healing and solidarity to help us heal the divide separating Americans today. […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes award-winning journalist, editor, and author ANNALEE NEWITZ for a discussion of their latest novel, The Future of Another Timeline. They will be joined in conversation by celebrated poet and critic STEPHANIE BURT. About The Future of Another Timeline 1992: After a confrontation at a riot grrl concert, seventeen-year-old Beth finds herself […]Find out more »
In Odes to Lithium, Shira Erlichman pens a love letter to Lithium, her medication for Bipolar Disorder. With inventiveness, compassion, and humor, she thrusts us into a world of unconventional praise. From an unexpected encounter with her grandmother’s ghost, to a bubble bath with Bjӧrk, to her plumber’s confession that he, too, has Bipolar, Erlichman […]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.