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Theatrical scripts and books. 100 Chauncy St.
"Independent children's book publisher focused on celebrating art and story with books that open the hearts and minds of children from all walks of life, inspiring them to read deeper, search further, and explore their own creative gifts. At our flagship retail store in Cambridge, we hold several weekly story hours, as well as monthly bilingual (Spanish/English) story hours, craft making events, or music performances for children."
Near Porter Square
"Beacon Broadside is the blog of Beacon Press, a Boston institution for over 150 years. The blog features posts from Beacon authors, staff, and friends of the press, and includes on occasion posts about Boston history."
"This blog combines two blogs, A Thousand Furnished Rooms, which has been active since March 2004, and a second blog, Ideas in Technology and Publishing, which I wrote from August 2003 to January 2005."
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Antiquarian andgeneral used book store
705 Centre St.
Online shop for books about Boston and Bostonians.
Used and antiquarian books.
Independent bookstore in Coolidge Corner. Busy schedule of authors' readings.
Discount bookstore chain.
Used, out-of-print, scholarly, and antiquarian books. 134 Boylston Street, across from Boston Common.
"The Concord Festival of Authors is the preeminent annual literary event in the Boston area. Programs are held in several venues in Concord and Lowell during October and November. See Web site for a full schedule."
"Edgy, witty literate blather about literature, politics, movies and music blown into interviews, essays, parodies, reviews and critical analysis with a healthy dose of fiction and poetry."
The Friends of the Brookline Library Booksale has over 2000 books on its shelves, maintained by volunteers, and it funds special programs at the Brookline libraries. Located in the main library at 361 Washington St., it is open during library hours, but the selection is best on Tuesdays and Thursdays, when volunteers are on hand to restock the shelves and to help find specific titles. Donations are also always welcome, especially on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
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New and used books in Harvard Square, Cambridge. General interest and scholarly books.
Somerville-based poetry publisher. Produces a journal and publishes small books of poetry of local and national poets. Books have been favorably reviewed in the Cambridge Chronicle, Belmont Citizen, Spare Change, Harvard Review and others.
New England's oldest and largest supplier of Judaic books, art, music, gifts, software, videos, and ritual, educational, and synagogue supplies.
410 Harvard Ave.
20-mile trail through Boston, Cambridge and Concord that connects sites of literary and poetic history.
Modeled after the famous Freedom Trail, Boston's new Literary Trail spans three hundred years and writers ranging from Cotton Mather to John Updike. This unusual guidebook features lively snippets of the writers' own works along with short essays by well-known contemporary writers, including Julia Child on Fannie Farmer, David McCullough on Francis Parkman, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., on W.E.B. Du Bois, and Jane Langton on the "importance of whiskers." The Literary Trail encompasses both walking and driving tours, the latter by car, public transportation, and Literary Tour buses.
Used books. Davis Square, Somerville.
Books in Slavic languages. Newtonville.
"Blog at Pazzo Books in Roslindale featuring local and bookstore news, musings, overheard snippets of conversation, etc."
"Pausing to Catch my Breath" by Debra A. Warren.
"Meet every month for dinner in Boston or Cambridge. During meetings read short stories in Russian, then discuss."
"Science fiction resources, advice to aspiring writers, short stories, and information about the books of Boston-area SF author and teacher Jeffrey A. Carver."
Non-profit book publishing collective.
Books by and about Emanuel Swedenborg.
79 Newbury St.
"Grub street is a non-profit writing center dedicated to nurturing writers and connecting readers with the wealth of writing talent in the Boston area. We have two vital roles. We support writers at every stage of their development by offering writing classes, fellowships, employment, and networking opportunities, and by promoting the work of local authors. Equally important, we enrich the lives of Boston-area residents by introducing them to a community of fellow readers and writers through author-hosted book clubs, informal discussions, movie screenings and more. grub street builds on Boston's proud literary tradition by making the city more welcoming for writers, and more inspiring and culturally alive for all of us."
"Art, technology, media, ideas, and the Cambridge/Boston lecture scene by Joanne McNeil."
"Currents beneath the surface in the arts, history and politics."
Large, independent bookstore.
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