Best of Boston: What's Happening in November?
Welcome to our tenth installment of Best of Boston, filled to the brim with literary goodness to add to your calendar. Take a peek at Grub's assemblage of all the most exciting events going on around town next month.
November 7th, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Debut author Emily Eckart will read from her new short story collection Pale Hearts. 338 Newbury St, Boston.
November 14th, 7:00pm-9:00pm
Join Novel Generator instructor Lisa Borders, author of The Fifty-First State, a novel about a teenage boy who loses his parents, and the estranged, older half-sister who returns from New York City to help him. Talk with the author about the choices women make when faced with life-altering events. 85 West St., Walpole.
November 18th, 5:30pm-6:30pm
Leave work behind on Friday, November 18th, from 5:30pm - 6:30pm and come on over to Grub HQ. In 60 jam-packed minutes, you’ll meet fellow writers and get your creative juices flowing with some great writing exercises. Free drinks (beer, coffee, water) and snacks provided. 162 Boylston St, Boston.
November 21st, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome award-winning short story author Alexander Weinstein for a discussion of his debut collection, Children of the New World: Stories. This event includes a book signing. 1256 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge.
November 30th 12:00pm-1:00pm
Isadora Deese will be reading from her debut YA Sci-Fi novel Right of Capture, an adventure mired in family conflict, cosmic mysteries, and resource wildcatters. 48 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge.
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