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MOHSIN HAMID in Conversation at the New Hampshire Institute of Art

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How to Fight a Nazi

MITALI PERKINS at Belmont Books

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DOUG BURGESS in conversation with HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN

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Meet the Author: LILLIAN LI, author of Number One Chinese Restaurant

Ploughshares Hosts JILL MCCORKLE in conversation with MARGOT LIVESEY

Author JENN ABELSON and Boston Globe’s MEREDITH GOLDSTEIN

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Dire Literary Series Finale

MADELINE MILLER, author of Circe, at Belmont Books

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DANIEL GOLDEN: Spy Schools Paperback Launch

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Author Talk and Book Signing with BARBARA BERENSEN

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J. Anthony Lukas Book Awards’ 20th Anniversary

RAMIE TARGOFF on “Renaissance Woman” at Belmont Books

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TOMMY ORANGE, author of the critically acclaimed novel There There, to speak at Inly School

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Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.