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Vermont’s lieutenant governor takes banned books on the road

In response to the increase in book challenges around the country, David Zuckerman has organized a statewide Banned Books Tour, sparking lively community conversations about democracy and freedom in the process.


Josh Barkan, whose memoir ‘Wonder Travels’ chronicles his divorce, takes readers around the world

The author traveled to Mexico, Spain, Italy, France, and Morocco in a journey of catharsis.


Steve Inskeep believes in books as the ‘antidote’ to a technophilic age

The voice of NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’ finds history grounding.

A date with rare books and historical records at the Boston Public Library

On the fourth floor of the library’s Boylston Street building lives the Special Collections Department, which is home to original documents from throughout the nation’s history.

Celeste Ng, other local literary lights headline Spell-O-Rama to fight book banning efforts in Florida

The adult spelling bee raises funds for the Florida Freedom to Read Project, and you don’t have to be a writer or a speller to join.


From small town Maine, Substack luminary Heather Cox Richardson discusses her new book about the rise of authoritarianism in the US

“Democracy Awakening,” a culmination of the historian's work of the past several years, includes a blueprint for “Reclaiming America.”


Author readings around Boston Sept. 24-30

All author appearances are in person and free unless otherwise noted.


Arrowsmith Press organizes memorial reading for Ukrainian novelist killed in bombing; annual Provincetown Book Festival opens Sept. 29; celebrating the art of indie comics and graphic novels

The latest news on authors and books from around the region.