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"An excellent guide to the how and why of a life of public service." --Amy Poehler
Join us for an event with contributors to Yes She Can: 10 Stories of Hope & Change from Young Female Staffers of the Obama White House!
Three novelists present their newest works in our monthly panel featuring local authors!
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An American doctor travels to Siberia to find her estranged grandmother, only to uncover dark family secrets and a dangerous international plot.
Join us to hear from mystery writers Christine Bagley, Bruce Robert Coffin, Christine Eskilson, Gabriel Valjan in a panel discussion addressing the question: how do male and female authors differ as crime writers?
The New England Review celebrates its fortieth anniversary with contributors Steve Almond, Kim McLarin, Mary Clark, and Oliver de la Paz.
A hit-and-run accident on an empty road sets loose forces that push a young girl's family apart.
Speculative Boston is a quarterly reading series featuring authors of science fiction, fantasy, and horror of all kinds. Each event features stellar authors who read from and discuss their works, followed by Q&A time. There will also be time for mingling and getting books signed.
Three authors of lesbian romances share their latest books.
Budapest: gorgeous city of secrets, with ties to a shadowy, bloody past.
This month's reading is presented by apt, and features readings by John Bonanni, Gillian Devereux, and Krysten Hill.