Chris Anderson and Chef Ken Duckworth DON’T MISS THE LAST BOOK CLUB EVENT OF THE YEAR! The literary dinners sell out quickly. If you would like to attend, purchase your tickets here. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Moderator: Erin Almond has published fiction, essays, and reviews in The Boston Globe, Roar Magazine,Colorado Review, Normal … Continue reading EASTERN POINT LIT HOUSE AND DUCKWORTH’S BOOK CLUB EVENT PRESENT “LITTLE WOMEN!”
Naturally Love is the theme for February, the first month for Bread Poets Society Monthly Poetry and High Tea gatherings @SandpiperBakery by Eastern Point Lit House. Philip Storey set up shop last week to spread the word. February 2018 – What’s Your Favorite Love Poem? Lit House Philip Storey will lead. Specialty French pastries, tea, … Continue reading What’s your favorite LOVE poem? Monthly Poetry and High Tea gatherings @SandpiperBakery by Eastern Point Lit House
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3pm ANNISQUAM VILLAGE CHURCH CONCERT SERIES, 820 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA. Sunday, May 21 at 3 PM “Music from the Misty Isles” O’Carolan Etcetera (Anglo – Irish Ensemble) & Celtic Balladeer, Michael O’Leary 4pm Spring Concert at Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street, Gloucester, MA 5pm Eastern Point Lit House The Lit House Book Club Email email@example.com with … Continue reading TODAY: 3pm Annisquam Church with Michael O’Leary; GPS spring concert chorus 4pm at Gloucester UU; and 5pm Eastern Point Lit House Faulkner at Duckworth’s!
CHRIS ANDERSON WRITES, “Eastern Point Lit House is now over three years old, essentially beginning with our first Lit House Book Club at Duckworth’s Bistrot. We started The Lit House from scratch–no loans, not much money, totally from the ground up with a lot of help from our friends. We just launched out very first … Continue reading CHECK OUT EASTERN POINT LIT HOUSE INDIEGOGO FUNDRAISER
From our friend Carla Dellaporta: I am actually reading her book now. Hello all, Hope to see you all tomorrow night 9/15 at the Eastern Point Lit House Third Thursday Open Mic at 261 Main Street, Gloucester to hear my reading and to purchase a copy of my debut novel, Wounds of the Past. No … Continue reading Eastern Point Lit House
Eastern Point Lit House co-founder Chris Anderson writes, “The Lit House is very excited about our next book club event at Duckworth’s with Gloucester High School’s new principal, James Cook. He’s a great poet and educator, and we’re thrilled to get to share dinner and drinks with James. Even if you can’t get through The … Continue reading NEW GHS PRINCIPAL JAMES COOK AND DUCKWORTH’S EASTERN POINT LIT HOUSE EVENT
Eastern Point Lit House co-founder Chris Anderson led a heartfelt discussion on To Kill a Mockingbird, his favorite book, as it is for so many. I hadn’t read the book since junior high school and wholeheartedly recommend that if you haven’t in a long while, do. Although I’ve seen the movie several times since and know the outcome, I couldn’t put … Continue reading EASTERN POINT LIT HOUSE AND DUCKWORTH’S BOOK CLUB CELEBRATE THREE YEARS OF GREAT BOOKS AND WONDERFUL DINNERS!
Ken’s golden polenta, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside There are still a few seats available for the next Duckworth’s Eastern Point Lit House Book Club event (Sunday evening, March 20th). Ken, Chris, Jenn, Michelle, and Colleen do a beautiful job welcoming guests, and if you haven’t been, they provide wonderful evenings of, quite possibly, the … Continue reading KEN DUCKWORTH’S FABULOUS SAVOURY AND DELICIOUS SPREAD FOR EASTERN POINT LIT HOUSE BOOK CLUB EVENTS
On Saturday, October 17th we are excited to host a reading with poet Mary Buchinger. We will be holding an open mic also. The fun begins at 7 pm. Mary Buchinger grew up on a farm in the thumb of Michigan and now lives in Cambridge, Mass. with her husband and two sons, dog and … Continue reading Mary Buchinger at the Eastern Point Lit House
Hi Kim! Can you help spread the word on this? As we mentioned at the last book club, we’re having Katherine Howe return to the Lit House to celebrate the release of her new YA novel, The Appearance of Annie Van Sinderen (read an excerpt via Entertainment Weekly here: http://www.ew.com/article/2015/07/06/excerpt-appearance-annie-van-sinderen-katherine-howe ). Thanks for sharing all the … Continue reading Katherine Howe at the Eastern Point Lit House open Mic
“Mainly through poetry, the compilers of this anthology have provided the words widows feel but often cannot speak. Fittingly, The Widow’s Handbook is both empathetic and encouraging. The poems speak first of the long days and nights consumed by mourning, then of the need to tackle the necessities of living without the support that once … Continue reading “The Widow’s Handbook” at the Eastern Point Lit House Saturday June 20th