Books

Books

“Viper Wine” by Hermione Eyre It’s 17th-century London with a twist of the 21st century in Eyre’s postmodern tale about beauty and aging. The ladies of...

Amanda & John Giles

On Sunday, March 22, devotees of William Shatner gathered at Portsmouth Book and Bar to pay tribute to the actor/writer/singer/living legend at William Shatner...

Beat Night celebrates 16 years and gets ready to go global Few poetry reading series live to celebrate their 16th birthday and even fewer make...

Above, Atticus Lish In their new novels, Atticus Lish and John Benditt explore odysseys both internal and external By Craig Robert Brown In their latest novels, Atticus...

Discover Portsmouth presents Shay Stewart-Bouley on being a “Black Girl in Maine” By Chloe Kanner On her blog, Shay Stewart-Bouley writes about marriage, parenting, working, aging,...

“Hausfrau” by Jill Alexander Essbaum “Hausfrau” is the perfect Valentine’s Day antidote: Anna is a restless American housewife living in Switzerland with her banker husband and...

Throwback Brewery’s new book club brings together beers, books, and people who love them Words and photo by J.L. Stevens The first rule of Throwback Brewery’s...

New Hampshire Writers’ Project’s Literary Hall of Fame honors Granite State writers past and present By Charlie Weinmann The Granite State has its own halls of fame...

Nicholson Baker discusses writing, Seacoast-based characters, and saving newspapers by Craig Robert Brown Nicholson Baker made his mark on the literary scene with his debut novel,...

“Get in Trouble: Stories” by Kelly Link Brace yourself for unabashed fangirling: Kelly Link is one of the most amazing writers working today, and hopefully “Get...