Friends of the South End Library regularly sponsor local authors to present and read their works.
Posts from the ‘South End Writes’ Category
- 0Suspense Writer Wendy Walker Will Be at the SE Library on Tuesday, February 7, to Read from Her Debut Suspense Novel, “All Is Not Forgotten,” a Psychological Drama Exploring the Use of Memory-altering Drugs to Alleviate a Traumatic Experience
- 0Celebrated Author Junot Diaz, Drawing a Record Crowd, Praises Libraries, Cajoles the Audience to Become Actively Engaged Citizens, and Reads a Vivid Passage from “Nilda,” a Story in His Latest Collection, “This Is How You Lose Her”
- 0The 2017 South End Writes Program Will Resume Tuesday, January 10, with the Acclaimed Junot Diaz, Author of the Award-winning Works of Fiction “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” “Drown” and “This Is How You Lose Her”
- 0Dina Vargo, Author of “Wild Women of Boston: Mettle and Moxie in the Hub,” Will Talk About Her Illuminating Book Detailing a Parade of Reformers, Socialites, Criminals and Madams, at the South End Library on Tuesday, December 6, at 6:30 PM
- 0Gordon Hamersley Tells His Admirers That Cambridge May Offer the Best Food Nowadays (“The South End is Full”) But Some Young Chefs, Lacking Enough Experience, May Be Opening Up Restaurants “Way Sooner Than They Should”