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Location: Whitman, MA 02382, United States

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There are 9 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

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100 Webster Street, Whitman, MA 02382
East Crossing Plaza 716A Crescent St, Brockton, MA 02302
600 Glinewicz Way, Abington, MA 02351
54 Kingman St., Brockton, MA 02302
32 Union Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333
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20 Belmont Street, Rockland, MA 02370
304 Main St., Brockton, MA 02301
4632 Falmouth Road (Route 28), Cotuit, MA 02635-2533
Superior Courthouse, 72 Belmont Street, Brockton, MA 02301
1 Maquan Street, Hanson, MA 02341
132 Maquan Street, Hanson, MA 02341
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222 N. Main Street, West Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02379-1273
540 Forest Ave., Brockton, MA 02301
80 Howard Street, West Bridgewater, MA 02379
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Hannover Mall, 1775 Washington St, Hannover, MA 02339
534 Hanover St, Hanover, MA 02339
280 West Main St., Avon, MA 02322
2 Plymouth Street, Holbrook, MA 02343
1 Columbian Square, South Weymouth, MA 02190
15 South Street, Bridgewater, MA 02324
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142 Center Street, Pembroke, MA 02359
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Storybook Cove (7.1 miles)
2053 Washington St., Hanover, MA 02339
96 Derby Street Suite 300, Hingham, MA 02043
64 South Street, Norwell, MA 02061
470 Plymouth St., Halifax, MA 02338
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Local events

Aug
30
Library is Closed Today
Scituate Town Library, Saturday, August 30 at 01am
The library is closed today.
Items may be returned in the Book Return located to the right of the front door. (added from Eventkeeper)
Aug
30
Grand Prix Trial: Orlando
Pandemonium Books and Games, Saturday, August 30 at 11am
Magic: The Gathering Grand Prix Trial: Orlando

Registration: 10 am

Start Time: 11 am

Entry Fee: $30

REL Competitive

Format: M15 Sealed Deck, Top 8 M15 Draft

Prize: 2 Byes for Grand Prix Orlando on October 3-5. Additional store credit prizes by record.

See the Wizards of the Coast website for more information about this Grand Prix.

Location: Street: 4 Pleasant St Additional: Downstairs Arena City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02139 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
30
FIZZ BOOM READ Summer Reading Party
Joseph H. Plumb Memorial Library, Saturday, August 30 at 12pm
  Sponsored by Plumb Lbrary, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Supported by the Friends of Plumb Library, MA/Rochester Cultural Council, Rochester Lions Club, Rockland Trust and the First Congregational Church. 
 
 SUMMER READING PROGRAM PARTY!   (CHURCH HALL)
If you participated (read AND logged) in the FIZZ BOOM READ Plumb Library summer reading program, come and celebrate your efforts and achievements!   
There will be a DJ, Balloon Twister, Plumbelina and more! Posters and certificates from the Bruins!  Special awards for those readers that read over 10 hours.  
You do not have to be in attendance to receive awards, but all awards will only be held until September 6th.  
 
 
 
 
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Aug
31
Library is Closed Today
Scituate Town Library, Sunday, August 31 at 01am
The library is closed today.
Items may be returned in the Book Return located to the right of the front door. (added from Eventkeeper)
Sep
2
High as the Horses' Bridles
Harvard Book Store, Tuesday, September 2 at 7pm
Meet Scott Cheshire as he reads from his debut novel High as the Horses' Bridles. (added from Macmillan)
Sep
2
Timothy Gager, The Thursday Appointments of Bill Sloan
Porter Square Books, Tuesday, September 2 at 7pm
"As the son of two psychoanalysts, I feel qualified in diagnosing Timothy Gager as a very sick human being and a fearless writer. His prose is odd, mordant, and disobedient. Read him at your peril." -- Steve Almond, author of God Bless America: Stories

"Timothy Gager's The Thursday Appointments of Bill Sloan is a gangbusters novel, its characters sharply defined against a backdrop both tense and funny. Bill Sloan is the therapist no one wants, especially since you might say he needs therapy more than his patients. This is a great read." -- Rusty Barnes, co-founder, Night Train Magazine, author of Reckoning

"Timothy Gager blasts another beauty of twisted humanity at its best in The Thursday Appointments of Bill Sloan. Gager steers us 'like a bird without wings' through this hilarious and strangely familiar brood of characters, accelerating and diving down into the intricacies and mania of our own inner pathos. Get a copy!" – Meg Tuite, author of Bound By Blue

Timothy Gager is the author of eleven books of short fiction and poetry. His latest, The Thursday Appointments of Bill Sloan, (Big Table Publishing) is his first novel. He hosts the successful Dire Literary Series in Cambridge, Massachusetts for over thirteen years and is the co-founder of Somerville News Writers Festival. His work appears in over 300 journals, of which nine have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work has been read on National Public Radio.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
3
Peter May, The Lewis Man
Porter Square Books, Wednesday, September 3 at 7pm
Marilyn Stasio in The New York Times raved: "Peter May is a writer I'd follow to the ends of the earth." Among the many honors received, The Blackhouse, the first novel in May’s acclaimed Lewis trilogy, won the Barry and Crime Thriller Hound awards.

In The Lewis Man, the second book of the trilogy, Fin Macleod has returned to the Isle of Lewis, the storm-tossed, wind-scoured outer Hebridean island where he was born and raised. Having left behind his adult life in Edinburgh—including his wife and his career in the police force—the former Detective Inspector is intent on repairing past relationships and restoring his parents' derelict cottage. His plans are interrupted when an unidentified corpse is recovered from a Lewis peat bog. The only clue to its identity is a DNA match to a local farmer, the now-senile Tormod Macdonald—the father of Fin's childhood sweetheart, Marsaili—a man who has claimed throughout his life to be an only child, practically an orphan. Reluctantly drawn into the investigation, Fin uncovers deep family secrets even as he draws closer to the killer who wishes to keep them hidden.

Already an international bestseller and winner of numerous awards, including France's Prix des Lecteurs du Télégramme, The Lewis Man has the lyrical verve of Ian Rankin and the gutsy risk-taking of Benjamin Black. As fascinating and forbidding as the Hebridean landscape, the book (according to The Times) "throbs with past and present passions, jealousies, suspicions and regrets; the emotional secrets of the bleak island are even deeper than its peat bog."

Peter May is the multi award-winning author of the internationally best-selling Lewis Trilogy set in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland; the China Thrillers, featuring Beijing detective Li Yan and American forensic pathologist Margaret Campbell; the critically-acclaimed Enzo Files, featuring Scottish forensic scientist Enzo MacLeod, which is set in France; and Entry Island. One of Scotland's most prolific television dramatists, he garnered more than a thousand credits in fifteen years as scriptwriter and script editor on prime-time British television drama. He is the creator of three major television drama series and presided over two of the highest-rated serials in his homeland before quitting television to concentrate on his first love, writing novels.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
4
Randy Susan Meyers
Duxbury Free Library, Thursday, September 4 at 7pm
Randy Susan Meyers is the author of The Comfort of Lies and The Murderer’s Daughters and a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award. Her writing is informed by her work with batterers and victims of domestic violence, as well her experience with youth impacted by street violence. She lives with her husband in Boston, where she teaches writing seminars at the Grub Street Writers’ Center. (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
Sep
4
Liza Ketchum, Out of Left Field
Porter Square Books, Thursday, September 4 at 7pm
The summer of 2004 is full of promise for Brandon McGinnis. He has a job, a spot on the varsity swim team, loving parents, and loyal friends. Brandon and his dad, ardent Red Sox fans, wonder: could this be the year the Sox finally win the World Series? Then Brandon’s father dies suddenly. His will, signed just before his death, reveals a secret kept for thirty years. As shadows of the Vietnam War bleed into the escalating War in Iraq, Brandon sets out to solve the mystery his father left behind. His journey takes him to Canada’s Cape Breton Island, where he uncovers bittersweet truths about the past, and a family facing their own hidden demons. Brandon’s courageous search throws him into life’s game with its devastating losses, unexpected curve balls, and thrills as wondrous as a home run on an autumn night.

Liza Ketchum is the author of many books for young readers, including Where the Great Hawk Flies, winner of the Massachusetts Book Award for Children's Literature, and Newsgirl. She enjoys writing nonfiction and contemporary novels as well as stories about the past. She teaches in the MFA program in Writing for Children and Young Adults at Hamline University and divides her time between Massachusetts and Vermont.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
5
Jeffrey T. Schnapp and Matthew Battles , The Library Beyond the Book
Harvard Book Store, Friday, September 5 at 3pm
Jeffrey T. Schnapp and Matthew Battles
, The Library Beyond the Book

Speaking and signing with both authors, Harvard Book Store (added from Harvard University Press)
Sep
5
Richard Flanagan, The Narrow Road to the Deep North
Porter Square Books, Friday, September 5 at 7pm
From the winner of Australia's National Fiction Prize, author of the hugely acclaimed Gould's Book of Fish, a magisterial, Rashomon-like novel of love and war that traces the life of one man from World War II to the present.

In the despair of a Japanese POW camp on the Thai-Burma Death Railway in 1943, Australian surgeon Dorrigo Evans is haunted by his love affair with his uncle's young wife two years earlier. His life is a daily struggle to save the men under his command from starvation, from cholera, from pitiless beatings. Until he receives a letter that will change him forever. Moving deftly from the POW camp to contemporary Australia, from the experiences of Dorrigo and his comrades to those of the Japanese guards, this savagely beautiful novel tells a story of death, love, and family; exploring the many forms of good and evil, war and truth, guilt and transcendence, as one man comes of age, prospers, only to discover all that he has lost.

Richard Flanagan is the author of five previous novels—Death of a River Guide, The Sound of One Hand Clapping, Gould’s Book of Fish, The Unknown Terrorist, and Wanting—which have received numerous honors and have been published in twenty-six countries. He lives in Tasmania.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
6
Magic Vintage Tournament
Pandemonium Books and Games, Saturday, September 6 at 12pm
10 Proxies free with Entry fee with the option to buy 5 additional proxies for $1 each. Decklists required. Registration begins: 11 am Starts: Noon Entry Fee: $30 Prize: $1K guaranteed prize support! Additional Information: Decklists Required! Pandemonium as usual will be stocked with vintage staples for your purchasing pleasure. PROXY RULES: Acceptable Proxy Methods: 1. Full Card Printed on Card Stock. (ie: you blanked a normal magic card and then ran it through a printer.) 2. Clearly Hand written fully blank card. (ie: You blanked a normal magic card and then neatly hand wrote all relevant information on it.) 3. Relevant Information* neatly written on a basic land with Sharpie *Note: Relevant Information is defined as follows: 1. Card Name 2. Mana Cost 3. Card type 4. Full card text or a reasonable abbreviation 5. Power/Toughness/Loyalty where applicable Failure to provide adequate proxies will result in a warning or game loss should a judge need to be called. I hate to be so harsh on this, but a lot of players put a lot of time and effort into making their decks and expect some effort from their opponents. If you have any questions regarding your proxies please approach an organizer or judge and have us check them before the tournament starts. For more info click: http://www.themanadrain.com/index.php?topic=46624.0

Location: Street: 4 Pleasant St Additional: City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02139 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
6
Middle Grade Mavens: Dana Alison Levy, Jen Malone, Anna Staniszewski, Jennifer Ann Mann
Porter Square Books, Saturday, September 6 at 3pm
Four Massachusetts authors join forces to share their new books for readers between 8 and 12: Dana Alison Levy, The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher Jen Malone, At Your Service Anna Staniszewski, The Prank List Jennifer Ann Mann, Sunny Sweet Is So Dead Meat

Meet the Fletchers. Their year will be filled with new schools, old friends, a grouchy neighbor, hungry skunks, leaking ice rinks, school plays, wet cats, and scary tales told in the dark! There’s Sam, age twelve, who’s mostly interested in soccer, food, and his phone; Jax, age ten, who’s psyched for fourth grade and thinks the new neighbor stinks, and not just because of the skunk; Eli, age ten (but younger than Jax), who’s thrilled to be starting this year at the Pinnacle School, where everyone’s the smart kid; and Frog (not his real name), age six, who wants everyone in kindergarten to save a seat for his invisible cheetah. Also Dad and Papa. The Family Fletcher is fun to know.

Dana Alison Levy was raised by pirates but escaped at a young age and went on to earn a degree in aeronautics and puppetry. Actually, that’s not true—she just likes to make things up. That’s why she always wanted to write books. She was born and raised in New England and studied English literature before going to graduate school for business. While there is value in all learning, had she known she would end up writing for a living, she might not have struggled through all those statistics and finance classes. The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher is her first published novel, but she has a trunk full of other attempts, which vary in degrees of awfulness.

Thirteen-year-old Chloe Turner wants nothing more than to follow in Dad’s footsteps as a respected concierge in a posh NYC hotel. After all, living at a hotel is heaven, and perks like free concert tickets and all-access passes to boutiques, restaurants, and attractions aren’t too shabby either.

When the spoiled brat child of an important guest is only placated by some quick thinking on Chloe’s part, Chloe is awarded the role of Junior Concierge. But she might be in over her head when tasked with tending to the every whim of three royal guests: a twelve-year-old princess who can’t stand Chloe, a cute fourteen-year-old prince(!), and their ten-year-old sister, who has a nasty knack for getting herself lost. After the youngest princess slips Chloe’s care, Chloe and the remaining royals must embark on an event-filled hunt for her through NYC’s best tourist spots.

Jen Malone's debut At Your Service publishes with Simon & Schuster/Aladdin Mix in August 2014 and a new co-written series, RSVP, will follow with book one launching in 2015. Her debut young adult novel Wanderlost will publish with HarperCollins in 2016. Jen lives north of Boston with her husband, her identical twin sons and their little sister, teaches at Boston University, and has a slight obsession with hedgehogs. Please visit her website at www.jenmalonewrites.com. If you spot a hedgehog, click on it to see something extra cool!

Rachel never thought she'd fight for the right to clean toilets, but she has to save her mom's business. Nothing can distract her from her mission - except maybe Whit, the cute new guy in cooking class. Then she discovers something about Whit that could change everything. After destroying her Dirt Diary, Rachel thought she was done with secrets, but to save her family's business, Rachel's going to have to get her hands dirty. Again.

Anna Staniszewski lives and works in the Boston area. She's the author of the My Very UnFairy Tale Life series and the Dirt Diary series–-both published by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky–-as well as the occasional dinosaur/robot picture book. You can visit Anna at www.annastan.com or follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/annastanisz.

When a bottle of ketchup explodes all over Masha Sweet, she thinks it’s an accident. She’s trying to be kinder to her little sister, Sunny, so she shouldn’t jump to conclusions…or should she? Turns out Sunny has devised a special science experiment that requires Masha to look totally weird all day. But Masha is not having it. If it kills her (or Sunny!) she will figure out how to get them home from the science fair without causing a scene. But add in a pair of little brothers who take Masha on a wild goose chase through the school, a short detour through a cemetery, and a run-in with a cute boy and this whole day is one big scene. Which just might be what Sunny had in mind...she is so dead meat!

Jennifer Ann Mann lives in Brookline with a houseful of friends and family and writes funny chapter books for kindergarten through 3rd graders. Sunny Sweet is So Not Sweet published in 2013.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
6
Robert M. Neer, Napalm: An American Biography
Harvard Book Store, Saturday, September 6 at 3pm
Robert M. Neer, Napalm: An American Biography

Discussion and signing, Harvard Book Store (added from Harvard University Press)
Sep
7
A Game of Thrones Card Game Draft Event
Pandemonium Books and Games, Sunday, September 7 at 1pm
Play in A Game of Thrones Card Game Draft Event

Time: 1 pm

Registration starts at noon.

Price: $10/ Entry plus draft starter and draft pack.

Location: Street: 4 Pleasant St Additional: City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02139 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Sep
8
The Roundtable at Porter Square Books: Salamander
Porter Square Books, Monday, September 8 at 7pm
Join Porter Square Books for a monthly reading series curated by Boston area literary magazines and journals.

This month's roundtable is hosted by Salamander, and features Andrea Cohen, Alan Feldman, and Jeffrey Harrison.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Sep
9
Sarah Anne Johnson and Mark Chiusano
Porter Square Books, Tuesday, September 9 at 7pm
Join us for a new novel and a story collection.

On 19th century Cape Cod, Hannah Snow shouldn't even be in the water. Her husband, John, would be furious-it's his job to tend to Dangerfield Light. It's certainly not women's work, and his quick trips out of town don't give her permission to rush toward the tattered ships. But she does, and though she can't save everyone, William "Billy" Pike, is someone she can. He's recuperating in her care when John's horse is found abandoned. Hannah invites Billy to stay as a hired hand-but soon discovers that he is not at all whom she thought he was. When everything holding her together falls apart, can Hannah learn how to save herself?

Sarah Anne Johnson is the author of The Lightkeeper’s Wife (Sourcebooks), The Very Telling, The Art of the Author Interview, and Conversations with American Women Writers, all published by the University Press of New England. Her interviews appear in The Writer’s Chronicle, Glimmertrain Stories, Provincetown Arts, and The Writer where she is a contributing editor. Her fiction has appeared in Other Voices, and she is the recipient of residencies in fiction from Jentel Artists’ Residency Program and Vermont Studio Center. She has taught the Art of the Author Interview Workshop at Bennington College Writing Seminars MFA Program, Leseley University MFA Program, and at literary conferences.

"In Marine Park, Mark Chiusano shines a light on lives that are too often left in the dark. He shows us, with humor and deep-hearted compassion, the complexities of growing up and growing old in the blue collar shadows, and he gives us, story after story, the chance to see ourselves in his longing, hopeful characters. This is a wise and affecting collection, and it marks the arrival of a voice we've not heard until now, one that will carry through the streets and alleys of contemporary literature for years to come." —Bret Anthony Johnston, author of Remember Me Like This

Marine Park—in the far reaches of Brooklyn, train-less and tourist-free—finds its literary chronicler in Mark Chiusano. Chiusano’s dazzling stories delve into family, boyhood, sports, drugs, love, and all the weird quirks of growing up in a tight-knit community on the edge of the city. In the tradition of Junot Díaz’s Drown, Stuart Dybek's The Coast of Chicago, and Russell Banks's Trailerpark, this is a poignant and piercing collection—announcing the arrival of a distinct new voice in American fiction.

Mark Chiusano is a graduate of Harvard University, where he was the recipient of a Hoopes Prize for outstanding undergraduate fiction. His stories have appeared in Guernica, Narrative, Harvard Review, and online at Tin House and The Paris Review Daily. He was born and raised in Brooklyn.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
9
Matthew Thomas
Harvard Book Store, Tuesday, September 9 at 7pm
Matthew Thomas was born in the Bronx and grew up in Queens. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he has an MA from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University and an MFA from the University of California, Irvine, where he received the Graduate Essay Award. He lives with his wife and twin children in New Jersey. We Are Not Ourselves is his first novel. (added from Simon & Schuster)
Sep
10
Chris Guillebeau
Brookline Booksmith, Wednesday, September 10 at 00am
Chris Guillebeau (added from Random House)
Sep
10
Somerville Farmers Market
Porter Square Books, Wednesday, September 10 at 12pm
One local bookseller. One local publisher. One local farmers market.

Join Porter Square Books and Candlewick Press at the Davis Square Farmers Market in Somerville throughout this fall. Each week we'll be bringing a selection of books to share, and there will be fun activities and visits from some of our favorite authors.

This week's theme is farms and food.

You can find us at the farmers market on these dates: September 10 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 November 19 November 26

Location: Street: Davis Square Farmers Market Additional: Day & Herbert Streets City: Somerville, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02144 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
10
Aiyaz Husain, Mapping the End of Empire: American and British Strategic Visions in the Postwar World
Aiyaz Husain, Mapping the End of Empire: American and British Strategic Visions in the Postwar World

Speaking at the Weatherhead Initiative on Global History at Harvard University (added from Harvard University Press)
Sep
10
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Harvard Book Store, Wednesday, September 10 at 7pm
Sep
10
Simon Van Booy, The Illusion of Separateness
Porter Square Books, Wednesday, September 10 at 7pm
Join us for the paperback edition of a staff favorite!

The characters in Simon Van Booy's The Illusion of Separateness discover at their darkest moments of fear and isolation that they are not alone, that they were never alone, that every human being is a link in a chain we cannot see. This gripping novel--inspired by true events--tells the interwoven stories of a deformed German infantryman; a lonely British film director; a young, blind museum curator; two Jewish American newlyweds separated by war; and a caretaker at a retirement home for actors in Santa Monica. They move through the same world but fail to perceive their connections until, through seemingly random acts of selflessness, a veil is lifted to reveal the vital parts they have played in one another's lives, and the illusion of their separateness.

Simon Van Booy was born in Great Britain and grew up in rural Wales. He is the author of The Secret Lives of People in Love, Love Begins in Winter (winner of the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award) and the novel Everything Beautiful Began After. His latest novel is The Illusion of Separateness.

He is the editor of three philosophy books, titled Why We Fight, Why We Need Love, and Why Our Decisions Don’t Matter. His essays have appeared in the New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, and ELLE Men, (China), where he has a monthly column. He has also written for the stage, National Public Radio, and the BBC.

Location: Street: Porter Square Shopping Center Additional: 25 White Street City: Cambridge, Province: Massachusetts Postal Code: 02140 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
10
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Harvard Book Store, Wednesday, September 10 at 7pm
Sep
11
Randy Susan Meyers
Porter Square Books, Thursday, September 11 at 7pm
Randy Susan Meyers is the author of The Comfort of Lies and The Murderer’s Daughters and a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award. Her writing is informed by her work with batterers and victims of domestic violence, as well her experience with youth impacted by street violence. She lives with her husband in Boston, where she teaches writing seminars at the Grub Street Writers’ Center. (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
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