Suchors accomplishes much in her ‘48 Peaks,’ but readers might not endure trek’s every step

Owners and employees of Porter Square Books have a long-term plan in place for succession

Library’s overqualified March 17 story teller is Carla Hayden, 14th librarian of Congress

Eye-popping anecdotes reveal ‘Sex Rules!’ in book culled from studies, world travel

‘Yale’s Worst Oarsman’ overcomes plenty to bring his message to reading on Sunday

Poets’, authors’, playwrights’ free readings are inviting options for five chilly evenings

Literary journals bound for Porter Square for monthly roundtable of author readings

Q&A: ‘Everyone Loves You Back’ author Louie Cronin breaks up with Cambridge

‘Shakespeare, Not Stirred’ has the recipe for smart entertaining: Cocktails by Bard

Woodson’s ‘Brown Girl Dreaming’ memoir is library’s selection for citywide book club