Always wishing you had more time to read? Trying to meet more bookish folks? Then Silent Book Club is perfect for you! Treat yourself once a month to a night of reading and friendship. It's a great way to practice self-care during the week, meet new people, and find great book recommendations. The book is […]Find out more »
Pre-sale tickets (book included) on sale December 5 General entrance tickets on sale December 19 at 9am $29.75 (book included) - On Sale December 5, 2019 $8.00 (general entrance) - On Sale December 19, 2019 Harvard Book Store welcomes celebrated author WILLIAM GIBSON—author of the Hugo, Nebula, and Phillip K. Dick Award–winning classic, Neuromancer—for a […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes award-winning journalist and author KIM GHATTAS for a discussion of her latest book, Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East. About Black Wave Kim Ghattas seamlessly weaves together history, geopolitics, and culture to deliver a gripping read of […]Find out more »
Please join Porter Square Books in welcoming mystery writers Clea Simon, Joanna Schaffhausen, Kate Flora, and Julie Hennrikus (aka Julia Henry or Julianne Holmes) for a panel event where a mystery story will be written before your eyes. But the authors won’t be the ones making the mystery – you will! If you haven’t participated in […]Find out more »
A reading, discussion, and book signing with author Jason Brown. About the Book The ten linked stories in Jason Brown’s new collection, A Faithful but Melancholy Account of Several Barbarities Recently Committed (TMR Books, December 2019), follow John Howland and his descendants as they struggle with their New England legacy as one of the country’s […]Find out more »
Harvard Book Store welcomes Pulitzer Prize–winning authors NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF and SHERYL WuDUNN for a discussion of their latest book, Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope. $34.00 (book included) About Tightrope With stark poignancy and political dispassion, Tightrope draws us deep into an “other America.” The authors tell this story, in part, through the lives of […]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.