The Altarpiece
There’s absolutely no denying the catastrophic events of World War II and the long-lasting impact it had not only on the individuals who served or experienced it first-hand, but...
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Lost in the Stacks
When I stopped in front of Derby Square Bookstore in Salem, it felt as if the books were going to burst out of the windows like a literary tsunami. Beyond the door, I was welcomed...
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Are You My Typeface?
Being an avid reader, one of my biggest goals in life to foster the love of reading in my own (future) children. At the bookstore, I am always on the lookout for books to add to...
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Incredible Dancer: Poems from Vincent Ferrini to his friends on Cape Ann
Introduction to Incredible Dancer: Poems from Vincent Ferrinito his friends on Cape Ann “I’m a lover, a dancer, a musician, a poet . . .and the best thing is I do it...
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A Walker in the City
Gloucester rises dramatically, unevenly from the harbor. Jagged sets of houses grin from the hillsides, a whole city keeping eyes on the giving sea, the taking sea. This is the...
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Lynn’s Secret Poet
During the month of May, Lynn residents have started to notice poems and positive messages taped on telephone poles, placed around town, and hidden in Lynn Woods. While each...
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