Story Club – a monthly literary event that operates like a poetry slam – returns Thursday with the theme “Work!” in honor of May Day.
If there’s any genre guaranteed to turn up compelling stories, it’s the tale of how we give birth, and tickets to this all-ages event are selling out fast.
The “Rain Dance” family opera; reading from “A Map of Everything”; tribute to Pete Seeger; theatrical look at reproductive rights; and symphony fundraiser.
The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts’ free weekend lecture is particularly on point: It explores the moral systems of Dante and Dickens.
Sci-fi convention; tour and film screening at the List; Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”; Rock with The Grownup Noise and Food Will Win the War; or with The Darcys.
Plenty of restaurants and other businesses break out a special menu or sale to take advantage of Valentines Day. What’s gathered here are some less obvious options.
Two recent collections, one a celebration of the merging of languages and the other a political proclamation, get a reading Wednesday at a Haitian Poetry Night in Cambridge’s Main Library.
Story Club – a literary event that operates like a poetry slam – returns with six slots for skilled raconteurs, including one who runs ‘Bare’ monthly at The Middle East.
Newbery Award-winning author Rebecca Stead reads Wednesday from her latest novel, “Liar & Spy,” as part of Lesley University’s MFA in Creative Writing Winter Residency.
What are the odds you get to hang out with Harvard grad Amram Shapiro, one-third author of “The Book of Odds,” on the very day HarperCollins publishes it? Really good.