Join us by phone for a conversation with Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the New York Times investigative reporters who broke the story of sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, helping to ignite the #MeToo movement. The journalists will talk about their new book, “She Said,” a behind-the-scenes account of their Pulitzer Prize-winning […]Find out more »
Middle-Grade Book Club is turning 1 year old! Congratulations to our readers and to Rebecca Caprara! **Note the date! We're meeting a week later than usual!** This story was going to begin like all the best stories. With a school bus falling from the sky. But no one saw it happen. They were all too […]Find out more »
Robyn Perkins: asks "Is It Enough?" In a competitive world where confidence sometimes outweighs skill, this Comedy Award Winner looks at confidence, how we get it, and how it affects performance. Robyn explores how her very competitive nature has shaped both her confidence and her professional life. Feature’s website: http://www.robynperkins.com/ There is an $8 requested […]Find out more »
In The Year of No Nonsense, Atwood shares what she learned, tackling struggles with work, family, and body image, and also willpower and time management. Ultimately, she’s the tough-as-nails coach /slash/ best friend who shares a practical plan for identifying and getting rid of your own nonsense in order to move forward and live an […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes BOB GARFIELD—cohost of WNYC’s weekly Peabody Award–winning On the Media—for a discussion of his latest book, American Manifesto: Saving Democracy from Villains, Vandals, and Ourselves. About American Manifesto As is often observed, Trump is a symptom of a virus that has been incubating for at least fifty years. But not often […]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.