Comic books, photographs, poetry and short novels all displayed on Sunday.
Reginald Dwayne Betts spoke in the Cape Cod Lounge about his experiences and “the failures of the American justice system.”
Reading for fun can help you to deal with stress.
Gabby Vacarelo encourages those who were never instilled with a love for reading to pick up a book.
Local author and Hampshire College alumna Gia Bernini gets personal in her new collection of personal essays.
The ways of enjoying break on a small budget
The “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy, written by Erika Leonard under the pen name “E.L. James,” has become a global phenomenon. What has everyone in such a crazed state of obsession?
Collegian columnist Emily Merlino takes a close look at the decrease in popularity of her friend, the book.
Here are five Red Sox books that any Fenway Fan would enjoy.
Borders is on the outs, e-readers on the in. So stop slugging around those silly books and get ready for the future.
Professor Linda Tropp of the Department of Psychology recently published a book she co-edited with Robyn Mallet of Loyola University of Chicago.
Mark Lamster’s new book “Master of Shadows” attests international espionage can be deeply engrossing and entertaining in its own way, especially with the unusual twist that Lamster puts on it. Don’t be fooled though; it’s not your grandmother’s typical spy-thriller.
Monday, Sept. 13, Anne Fadiman spoke at the University of Massachusetts about “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down,” her award-winning book about the experiences of an epileptic Hmong girl, Lia Lee and the cross-cultural difficulties that arose between her family and her doctors in treating the condition. The talk was open to the public and held in Bartlett Hall.
Food for Thought bookstore in Amherst is hosting a four-part epic movie series chronicling the saga of the violent 1973 United States-sponsored coup d’état in Chile every Wednesday this month at 7 p.m.