Harvard Book Store, the Harvard University Division of Science, and the Cabot Science Library welcome acclaimed author KAREN OLSSON for a discussion of her latest book, The Weil Conjectures: On Math and the Pursuit of the Unknown. About The Weil Conjectures Karen Olsson’s stirring and unusual third book, The Weil Conjectures, tells the story of the […]Find out more »
We welcome you to join us on Thursday, November 7, at 6:00 PM, with three-term US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky who will share some of the most notable poetry through the ages with his recent anthology, The Mind Has Cliffs of Fall.Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes MARK HABER—author, bookseller, and operations manager of Brazos Bookstore—for a discussion of his new novel, Reinhardt's Garden. He will be joined in conversation by poet, translator, and bookmaker KIT SCHLUTER. About Reinhardt's Garden At the turn of the twentieth century, as he composes a treatise on melancholy, Jacov Reinhardt sets off […]Find out more »
Against the backdrop of the war on drugs and the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, Su Hwang’s Bodega tells the story of a Korean girl who comes of age in her parents’ bodega in the Queensbridge projects, offering a singular perspective on our nation of immigrants and the tensions pulsing in the margins where they live […]Find out more »
Award-winning author Eileen Pollack (www.eileenpollack.com) who had taught as a professor at Harvard, Tufts and Emerson and has written several books will appear with fellow author Jessica Treadway at Belmont Books, located at 70 Leonard Street in Belmont on November 7 at 7 p.m. to talk about her new book, "The Professor of Immortality," a […]Find out more »
This Thursday, November 7th, join us for a poetry reading and translations with famed poet and translator Alissa Valles. We can’t wait to see you there! For more information contact the English Department- email@example.com /6175738271Find out more »
The Fifth Edition of Tell-All Boston takes place Nov. 7 at the Middlesex Lounge in Cambridge. Special guest William Dameron, author of "The Lie: A Memoir of Two Marriages, Catfishing & Coming Out." Doors open 7pm; show begins 7:30pm. Featured readers to be announced. Tell-All is a literary performance series celebrating creative nonfiction and personal […]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.