The Roxbury bookstore was on the verge of closing, but thanks to a successful GoFundMe campaign, the store is safe for now.
His latest book collects several shorter works that showcase his keen eye for detail and skill in crafting naturalistic dialogue.
The Somerville-based All She Wrote Books offers ways to connect during social distancing and contributor Cathryn Haight has a list of books from women writers with New England ties.
It’s National Poetry Month and as people are forced to stay home, virtual open mics have become one way artists share words and emotions.
Next week, 18-year-old Anya Barrett would have been representing Massachusetts as she competed in the 2020 Poetry Out Loud championship. But the coronavirus put that on hold.
The little-known history of South Asians working in the lumber mills of the Pacific Northwest, on California farms, and fighting in World War I became the inspiration for Reddi’s debut...
April is National Poetry Month, but this one has been like no other before. We asked 10 poets to share what they've been working on during the pandemic and came...
The publishers plan to roll out nonfiction and fiction titles to provide hands-on learning for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and math) subjects.
In her seventh true-crime book, McPhee investigates the crossed connections and alleyways of the Tsarnaev brothers and the U.S. government.
Álvarez’s memoir recounts how a grueling ultramarathon offered a powerful spiritual reckoning with his ancestors, the land and himself.
“There Must Be Happy Endings” is part theatrical analysis, part “coming of artistic age” story.
Author Paul A. Scolieri’s new book tells the story of the performer, international cultural explorer, indefatigable missionary of a new brand of movement and founder of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival.
From a novel about a woman in crisis to a book of elegy poetry, these books will transport you to other worlds.
Written with his partner Susan Lehman, the book tells the tawdry tale of a political fixer playing whack-a-mole with the skeletons in an oversexed U.S. Senator’s closet.
"We're just doing the best that we can until things get back to normal," says librarian Caitlin Browne, "which I'm imagining will be a long time from now."
A guide to binging more purposefully and artfully.
In her debut novel, Jennifer Rosner delves into the life or death stakes that threaten to tear mother and daughter apart and the risks taken for survival.
Papercuts got a major upgrade this month.
This latest short story collection explores ideas such as the intersection of tradition and progress, the fallibility of memory and the essence of what it means to be human.
Clare Beams' new book "The Illness Lesson" echoes the Alcotts' story, with a dark turn.