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This past spring, children’s book author and illustrator Grace Lin got a disturbing report one day when her daughter, Hazel, came home from her...

Before the terrible pictures from the September 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. became embedded in our collective...

As his first marriage was failing, Bruce Springsteen released his 1987 album “Tunnel of Love,” a record full of introspective, mostly self-produced...

About five years ago, Carrie Ferguson took a batch of new songs to a studio in Amherst to begin the process of recording her next album. The...

A good number of musicians, hunkered down at home for much of the past year during the pandemic, have used that enforced isolation to write and...

Erik Hoel grew up surrounded by books — literally. His mother, Sue Little, ran an independent bookstore, The Jabberwocky in Newburyport, a shop...

Some years ago, Celia Jeffries began writing a story about an older Englishwoman looking back on a life she’s kept secret for years: a time when...

He was the famous writer who chronicled the ravages of war and the romance and history of bullfighting, and who did so with stripped-down prose...

When the pandemic hit, Paul Kaplan, who teaches music in Springfield schools, suddenly found himself working remotely. Not ideal, exactly — but he...

NORTHAMPTON — Norton Juster, the author of the celebrated children’s book “The Phantom Tollbooth,” related a story several years ago on National...

During a pandemic that has devastated much of the arts world, writers and publishers have had to contend with their share of troubles, from...

When Carl Vigeland looks back on his life and his writing, he’s struck by the connections that run through both.The Amherst author has met and...

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