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MOHSIN HAMID in Conversation at the New Hampshire Institute of Art

Author BELLE BRETT Launches “Gina in the Floating World” at Porter Square Books

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GennaRose Nethercott and Mary Kovaleski Byrnes

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How to Fight a Nazi

MITALI PERKINS at Belmont Books

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Transnational Literature Series at Brookline Booksmith presents: Gabriela Alemán in conversation with translator Dick Cluster for POSO WELLS

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CHAYA BHUVANESWAR in Conversation with CHRIS CASTELLANI at Brookline Booksmith

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DOUG BURGESS in conversation with HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN

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Ploughshares Hosts JILL MCCORKLE in conversation with MARGOT LIVESEY

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Dire Literary Series Finale with ELIZABETH GRAVER and other writers

MADELINE MILLER, author of Circe, at Belmont Books

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DANIEL GOLDEN: Spy Schools Paperback Launch

Craft on Draft Presents A WRITER’S VOICE – HOW TO DEVELOP YOURS AND YOUR CHARACTERS

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Launch of GrubStreet’s Tell-All Reading Series

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INSIDE THE GRADUATE CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM

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Readings from They Said: A Multi-Genre Anthology of Contemporary Collaborative Writing

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ANDY DAVIS Featured at Story Space

Book Launch for VIRGINIA PYE’s Shelf Life of Happiness

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The Transnational Literature Series at Brookline Booksmith presents: Ivana Bodrožić in conversation with translator Ellen Elias-Bursać for THE HOTEL TITO

SUSAN K. HAMILTON at Belmont Books

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Speculative Boston presents JULIE C. DAY, HILLARY MONAHAN, and PAUL TREMBLAY

Award Winning Poet MARILYN CHIN with TARA SKURTU at Boston University

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DEWITT HENRY and MARC VINCENZ reading at Porter Square Books

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Bookstore After Dark Halloween Party!

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Colson Whitehead at Leslie University

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The Transnational Literature Series at Brookline Booksmith presents: Joshua Keating in conversation with Thomas Stackpole for INVISIBLE COUNTRIES: JOURNEYS TO THE EDGE OF NATIONHOOD

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Peter and The Starcatcher

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Peter and The Starcatcher

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Peter and The Starcatcher

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