Children’s books have always been an important part of the Globe Santa gift box, but in this year of pandemic tragedy and uncertainty the program…View More New enhancements to longtime Globe Santa book giving tradition
Cathryn Haight October 15, 2020 | 11:15 AM The Boston.com Book Club continues to explore Makenna Goodman’s complex and captivating debut novel “The Shame” this…View More ‘We have no other choice’: What it’s like to run a restaurant and parent a toddler in a pandemic
The global coronavirus pandemic has changed how we breathe, love, plan, and communicate. It has changed how we view work, especially the work that was…View More ‘Everyone is grieving on some level’: Author Grace Talusan writes about the life of an essential worker
Alex Marshall and Alexandra Alter, New York Times Service October 8, 2020 The Nobel Prize in literature was awarded to Louise Glück, the American poet,…View More Cambridge poet Louise Glück is awarded Nobel Prize in literature
With her two healthy children, tenure-track professor husband, and idyllic farmhouse nestled amid the boundless nature of Vermont, Alma’s life is what many would consider…View More Would you leave it all behind to start a new life?
WASHINGTON — The first lady, Melania Trump, delivered a profanity-laced rant about Christmas decorations at the White House and mocked the plight of migrant children…View More In profane rant, Melania Trump takes aim at migrant children and critics
As Donald Trump’s top campaign aides began a discussion in June 2016 about who the presumptive Republican presidential nominee should select as his running mate,…View More Trump suggested naming Ivanka as his running mate in 2016, according to new book by Rick Gates
In our final dive into Howard Bryant’s essay collection, “Full Dissidence: Notes from an Uneven Playing Field,” the Boston.com Book Club continues to explore how…View More Join the Boston.com Book Club to talk ‘Full Dissidence’ with author Howard Bryant
Paul Swydan August 21, 2020 | 10:27 AM Book golf equipment are enjoyable. There are national guide golf equipment, celeb guide golf equipment, guide golf…View More Everything you need to know about the Boston.com Book Club
A New York judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked the publication of Mary L. Trump’s scathing book about President Donald Trump, her uncle, which describes him…View More Judge blocks publication of book by Trump’s niece
Good news for bookworms and bibliophiles — more and more libraries are offering in-person borrowing services as part of the state’s phased reopening following shutdowns…View More Libraries are resuming in-person borrowing services. Here’s how Cambridge is approaching a phased reopening.
Neil Vigdor, The New York Times Company June 15, 2020 | 8:29 AM A niece of President Donald Trump will divulge a series of “harrowing…View More Trump’s niece to publish book with ‘harrowing’ revelations, report says
The Boston Public Library introduced this week it’s launching a program that may permit library patrons to choose up books and different library supplies beginning…View More Boston Public Library launching ‘to go’ service for book pickups
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Harry Potter” writer J.Ok. Rowling is dealing with hefty backlash after she posted a sequence of tweets about transgender people. Rowling…View More J.K. Rowling’s tweets on transgender people spark outrage
For its new community-wide venture, At Home Boston, the Boston Book Festival is gathering 200-word nonfiction essays from folks throughout the Greater Boston space. Everyone…View More The Boston Book Festival is looking for essays about this challenging time
The nice American Zen poet and eco-warrior Gary Snyder turns 90 on Friday. I’ve been considering quite a bit about Snyder these days, together with…View More 10 New Books We Recommend This Week
JESUS, MARY — AND ANA Writing a novel about Jesus’ spouse takes chutzpah, which Sue Monk Kidd seems to have. The veteran writer has tackled…View More Did Jesus Ever Tie the Knot? A New Novel Considers the Question
It was, it appeared, the finish of the world — and that was earlier than the plague got here. In the first decade of the…View More Pandemics of the Past
Michael McClure, who at 22 helped usher within the Beat motion as a part of a famed poetry studying at the Six Gallery in San…View More Michael McClure, Present at Beat Poetry’s Birth, Dies at 87
A century in the past, W.E.B. Du Bois wrote about St. Louis, a metropolis that “sprawls where mighty rivers meet,” and provided an post-mortem of…View More Rivers Merge in St. Louis. So Do Racism, Violence and Exclusion.