Lit Boston: What’s Happening in July?
In the July 2018 edition of "Best of Boston," we bring you our top Boston lit events this month, curated from the Boston Literary District's event calendar, an essential source of literary happenings.
When: July 7, 3:00-4:
Poets and writers from Write Down the Street creative writing classes will read fiction, poetry, and memoir from many experiences and perspectives.
When: July 7, 10:00-11:
This literary tour highlights the homes and haunts of such prominent Victorians as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau, Louisa May Alcott, Henry James, Charles Dickens, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow—writers who made Boston the epicenter of American Letters.
When: July 10,
Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome Andrew Martin—whose writing has appeared in The Paris Review, Tin House, and The New Yorker—for a discussion of his debut novel, Early Work.
When: July 12th, 6:00-7:
GrubStreet’s Memoir Generator is an intensive program designed to help students in the early stages of writing a full-length memoir. Learn more about the program at the open house and info session.
When: July 12, 2018, 7:30-9:
The Arlington Author Salon is a free reading series with a twist: each author’s presentation includes something special to tickle the senses. This theme for the summer salon: “A Novel Trio: On Being Human and Other Investigations” with Grubbies Annie Hartnett, Mira T. Lee, and Adam Stumacher.
When: July 16th, 6:00-7:
When: July 25, 7:00-8:
Editors Nadxieli Nieto and Lincoln Michel host an evening of readings from some of the contributors of the anthology Tiny Crime
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