Registration is required Free and open to the public This long-overdue biography reestablishes William Monroe Trotter’s essential place next to Douglass, Du Bois, and King in the pantheon of American civil rights heroes. William Monroe Trotter (1872– 1934), though still virtually unknown to the wider public, was an unlikely American hero. With the stylistic verve […]Find out more »
Bring one to three books in good condition (no textbooks or mass markets, please!) to swap with fellow attendees. Everyone will go home with a new book to add to their shelves. This will operate like a white elephant gift exchange. No need to RSVP. doors open at 6:30! **Note: Please dont bring books just […]Find out more »
Join us for a special event with Brooke Barker (Sad Animal Facts) and Boaz Frankel to celebrate the weirdness of love!! Weird meets weird—and the rest is history! This is a book about weird couples and the tiny two-person universes they create. It’s about accidentally wearing the exact same outfit. It’s about made-up songs. It’s about […]Find out more »
Discussing Jakarta by Rodrigo Marquez Tizano Read something off the beaten path! Our Small Press Book Club will meet to discuss a book from an independent publisher. To contact our moderator, email firstname.lastname@example.org. In a chaotic city, the latest in a line of viruses advances as a man recounts the fated steps that led him […]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.